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Michigan rolls Florida en route to Atlanta

Michigan rolls Florida en route to Atlanta

It was flawless on-court chemistry and several hot hands that carried the South Region's fourth-seeded Michigan Wolverines over, around and through No. 3 Florida Sunday, 79-59, to advance to the program's fifth Final Four. The 20-point margin of victory is the largest in a Regional Final since Duke knocked Temple by 21 in '99.

The hottest of the hands were those of freshman Nik Stauskas, who sunk a career-best 6-of-6 from three-point range (five in the first 16 minutes of the game) while matching his career high of 22 total points, becoming the first player in an NCAA Regional to finish a game 6-of-6 from arc. Three players had gone 5-for-5, the last being Kentucky's Jamal Mashburn v. Wake Forest in 1993. "During...

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