College basketball: Michigan buzzer beater knocks Indiana out of Big Ten tournament
Michigan needed a win to boost its resume, and the Wolverines certainly got one in its Big Ten quarterfinal match with No. 10 Indiana on Friday.
With the game tied at 69-69, sophomore guard Kameron Chatman (who averaged only 2.8 ppg going into the game) secured a steal with 21 seconds left in the game and sunk a corner 3 as time expired to give Michigan a 72-69 lead.
Time appeared to run out as the shot went down, but the referees put 0.2 seconds back on the clock. But it wasn't enough time for Indiana to get off a potential game-winning shot to give the Wolverines a 72-69 win and a semifinal berth in the Big Ten Tournament.
Here's another look from the Michigan bench:
Wow. Michigan wins. pic.twitter.com/GNZLREzdyL— Simon Kaufman (@sjkauf) March 11, 2016
Michigan had missed 10 straight 3-pointers in the second half before, But in the last 46 seconds, the Wolverines hit back-to-back 3s to tie and win the game.