We had one of the craziest finishes to an NCAA Tournament in recent years at the end of the Michigan-Houston game on Saturday night.
The Wolverines, trailing by 2, hit a buzzer-beating 3-pointer to move onto the Sweet 16.
It was insane.
Michigan, rightfully, reacted in jubilation. Houston was heartbroken.
Here's the play:
That wasn't the coolest moment of the night, though.
Michigan star forward Mo Wagner stopped his celebratory run around the court with his geeked-out teammates to console Houston junior guard Corey Davis Jr., who was watching the celebration in heartbreak on the sideline.
Check it out:
Man. That was awesome. And teary-eye inducing. But mostly awesome.
Michigan moves onto the Sweet 16, where it'll face the winner of the game between No. 2 North Carolina and No. 7 Texas A&M.
The Wolverines are certainly going to have a lot of fans moving forward after what we witnessed tonight.