2014 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament

Kentucky's Aaron Harrison Sends Wildcats to Final 4 with Last-Second 3-Pointer

USA Today
Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistMarch 30, 2014

The Elite Eight game between No. 2 Michigan and No. 8 Kentucky will go down as one of the best games of the 2014 NCAA tournament, and it was decided by a last-second three-pointer.

After the Wolverines tied the game at 72 in the final minute, Wildcats guard Aaron Harrison hit the game-winning three-pointer with just over two seconds remaining.

The shot left Michigan wondering what happened:

The Wolverines missed the ensuing half-court shot.

The preseason No. 1 team is on its way to the Final Four thanks to a clutch shot by a freshman that gave Kentucky a 75-72 victory over Michigan.

[Michigan Basketball]

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