Michigan rallied to stun Kansas in the South Regional on Friday.

(4) Michigan 87, (1) Kansas 85 (OT)

Trey Burke made a 28-foot, three-pointer with less than five seconds to play in regulation to force overtime, and Mitch McGary scored four of his 25 points in the extra session as fourth-seeded Michigan upset No. 1-seeded Kansas, 87-85, in the 2013 NCAA tournament's South Regional semifinals in Arlington, Tex. on Friday night. Down by 14 points at one juncture, including trailing by five with under a minute left, the Wolverines miraculously rallied thanks to Burke's clutch shot. Burke finished with 23 points and 10 assists for Michigan. McGary added 14 rebounds for the Wolverines, who advanced to play Florida in the South Regional final on Sunday. Ben McLemore had 20 points to lead five Jayhawks in double-figures.

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