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Video: Aaron Harrison's Deep Three-Pointer With Three Seconds Left Sends Kentucky To The Final Four

No matter what you think about the Kentucky Wildcats and John Calipari, its hard to argue against the games that they've played in this year's NCAA Tournament. With the game tied at 72 after a wild possession where Michigan grabbed multiple offensive rebounds before scoring a game tying bucket, Kentucky's Aaron Harrison drilled a deep three with under three seconds remaining in regulation.

Michigan's Nik Stauskas got a look at what would have been a game tying half court shot, but his heave deflected off the backboard, giving Kentucky a third Final Four in four years.

The Wildcats will take on Bo Ryan's Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday for the chance to play for a second National Championship under John Calipari. 

The eight-seed looked like a long shot coming into the tournament, but just a few weeks later, they're the champions of the Midwest Region.