UCLA Bruins Survives Michigan; Going to the Final Four
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — UCLA survived a series of nail-biting misses by top-seeded Michigan in the closing seconds for a 51-49 victory that made the Bruins the fifth No. 11 seed ever to reach the Final Four.
Johnny Juzang poured in 28 points despite playing most of the second half on a sore ankle.
Tyger Campbell added 11 points for the Bruins, who will Gonzaga in the national semifinals.
Franz Wagner missed a pair of 3-point attempts over the final 19 seconds, including one at the buzzer to bounce the top-seeded Wolverines from the tournament.
Hunter Dickinson had a team-high 11 points for Michigan, which shot 39% overall and was 3-for-11 from beyond the arc.