The Jayhawks led the Wolverines, 40-34, at halftime. Kansas had their way offensively against Michigan in the first half, shooting a scorching 67 percent from the field and scoring 34 points in the paint. The Wolverines hung around by sinking twice as many three-point shots and forcing eight Jayhawk turnovers.
Michigan trailed by as many as 14 in the second half, but came roaring back in the final three minutes. After Elijah Johnson missed the front end of a one-and-one, Burke then hit the three with four seconds left to tie the game. Naadir Tharpe missed a last-second three-point shot for the Jayhawks, sending the game into overtime
The Wolverines continued rolling in overtime, running out to a five-point lead with one one minute remaining. Johnson hit a three-point shot to cut the lead to two, and Withey block of Burke forced a shot-clock violation with nine seconds remaining.
Johnson drove the lane against the Wolverines, but force an ill-advised pass to Tharpe, who missed an off-balance three as time expired.
Click here to view a full tournament bracket.