(CNN)Records were set. There was a comeback and a blowout. And there will be no Hollywood ending for Loyola-Chicago.
No. 3 Michigan has advanced to the national championship game with a 69-57 win over the 11th-seeded Ramblers, ending their magical run at the NCAA men’s Final Four in San Antonio on Saturday.
Michigan (33-7) will face No. 1 seed Villanova, who smoked No. 1 Kansas 95-79, in Monday’s national championship.
Villanova, who won it all in 2016 on a buzzer-beating three, aims for its second title in three years, while Michigan seeks its first championship since 1989.