Michigan is headed back to the Sweet 16.

The Wolverines snuck into this year’s NCAA Tournament as a No. 11 seed but they’re taking advantage of their opportunity. After defeating Colorado State in the Round of 64, Michigan upended No. 3 seed Tennessee on Saturday to punch its ticket to the second weekend of March Madness.

It’s now the seventh time in the last 10 years the Wolverines have been to the Sweet 16. Juwan Howard also guided the team to the Elite 8 a year ago.

Michigan depended heavily on its star power on Saturday, getting 27 points and 11 rebounds from Hunter Dickinson. Eli Brooks also scored 23 points in the win while dishing out 5 assists. Moussa Diabate also reached double figures with 13 points.

Terrance Williams was the quiet hero for the Wolverines in Indianapolis. He scored on multiple put-back opportunities, ending the contest with an important 9 points, most of which came in the second half.

Michigan jumped out to an early 10-2 lead, setting the tone to start the Round of 32. Once Tennessee settled down, the two teams continued to trade blows throughout the first 20 minutes.

Tennessee rallied late and took a 37-32 advantage into the locker room. Things looked bleak for Michigan coming out of halftime, with DeVante’ Jones ruled out for the remainder of the game due to illness.

Jones, a starting guard for Michigan, didn’t play in Thursday’s win over Colorado State. But Dickinson, Brooks and Williams stepped up in his absence.

The Volunteers went ahead 60-54 on a Josiah-Jordan James jimp shot with 8:27 to play in the second half. Michigan then went on an 11-2 run to take a 65-62 lead with 3:21 to play. Tennessee hung around, but the Wolverines never relinquished the lead.

Michigan closed the game by getting key stops at the defensive end and watching Diabate and Dickinson convert on clutch free throws to secure the win. Now, the Wolverines are headed to the Sweet 16.