We're entering the final stretch of tonight's opening Final Four game. It's been a good one.
Loyola, the No. 11 seed, has been in control for most of the contest. However, No. 3 Michigan is starting to make a run.
The Wolverines have hit a couple of big 3s to get back into the game. They trail, 47-44, with less than 8 minutes to play.
Michigan has been able to come back thanks to some questionable decision making on defense by Loyola.
Specifically, Ramblers' Marques Townes has leaked out on defense too much. One of Loyola's assistant coaches, Bryan Mullins, noticed this.
He was not happy.
Mullins had to be held back by some of his fellow assistants during a recent timeout. Check it out:
Loyola leads Michigan, 47-44, with 7:31 to play.
The game is on TBS.