Michigan is one win away from the Final Four.

The Wolverines had no trouble with Florida State in the Sweet 16, cruising to a 76-58 victory over the Seminoles. Michigan had four players hit double figures offensively and completely stifled Leonard Hamilton’s crew on the defensive end.

Brandon Johns Jr. and Hunter Dickinson led the way for Michigan, scoring 14 points each. Franz Wagner ended the day with a double-double, scoring 13 points and grabbing 10 rebounds in the victory. He also ended the day with 5 assists.

Chaundee Brown came in off the bench and gave U-M a huge boost, scoring 12 points and making both of his 3-point attempts. Mike Smith scored 8 points and had 4 assists while Eli Brooks had 6 points and also dished out 4 dimes.

The Wolverines made just 3-of-11 shots from behind the 3-point line but forced 14 turnovers and held Florida State to 40% shooting for the game. Michigan was also able to get to the free throw line 23 times, making 15 attempts.

Florida State shot just 6 free throws for the game.

Below are some highlights from Sunday’s game:

With the win, Michigan advances to the Elite Eight and sits just one victory away from the Final Four. The Wolverines will play the winner of 11 seed UCLA and 2 seed Alabama.