Harrison’s Three Stuns Michigan, Kentucky Headed to Final Four

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Mitchell Layton/Getty Images(INDIANAPOLIS) — Aaron Harrison’s long distance three-pointer with 2.3 seconds left punched the young Kentucky Wildcats ticket to the Final Four on Sunday. 

No. 8 Kentucky (28-10) defeated second-seeded Michigan (28-9) 75-72 for a matchup with the second-seeded Wisconsin Badgers at AT&T Stadium on Saturday.

Harrison had 12 points and twin brother Andrew added eight in the win.  Julius Randle scored a game-high for Kentucky with 16.

Nik Stauskas had 24 points and Glenn Robinson III finished with 14 in the loss for Michigan.

Stauskas’ three point shot from half court with seconds left hit the backboard as time expired to end their run at a national title.

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