Michigan was certainly on Sunday afternoon and now their dancing their way to Atlanta.
Overcoming a disappointing ending to the season and a slow start in the second round of the Tournament, the Wolverines regained their top five form with an impressive 79-59 win over third ranked Florida. The win perhaps being even more impressive coming off an emotional come from behind victory against No. 1 Kansas less than 48 hours earlier.
Jumping out to an early 13-0 lead the Wolverines never really let the Gators back into the game even after a shaky start to the second half. Nik Stauskas came up huge going 7-8 shooting and 6-6 from three-point range while the ever impressive Trey Burke had 15 points, 7 assists, 8 rebounds and 3 steals. Meanwhile freshman Mitch McGary, who has really been a catalyst for the Wolverines throughout the entire tournament had five steals in addition to 11 points and nine rebounds.
Michigan now head to their first Final Four since 1993 when the second Fab Five team...