Michigan provided a 3-point shooting clinic against Texas A&M in a beat down victory in the NCAA Sweet 16.

According to the (AP) via WOOD TV, the Wolverines and their buzzer-beater victory over Houston to get them to the Sweet 16 had fans thinking that the game against the Aggies would be much closer, but Michigan had other plans by shooting 62 percent from the floor and finished off Texas A&M 99-72.

Michigan advances to the Elite 8 for the third time in six years, and will meet up with No. 9 Florida State in the second regional semifinal at the Staples Center on Saturday, March 24 at 8:49 p.m.

The Wolverines had five players in double figures with Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman leading with 24 points, Moe Wagner at 21 points and Charles Mathews netting 18 points.