No. 3 Michigan ended No. 11 Loyola-Chicago's dream run through the 2018 NCAA Tournament Saturday, defeating the Ramblers 69-57 in San Antonio.

The Wolverines earned a trip to the championship game after rallying in the second half. The Ramblers scored just 28 points in the second half.

Here are three takeaways from Michigan's win:

1. Moritz Wagner is one of the most versatile forwards in college basketball — During his time at Ann arbor, the 6-11 German has displayed a deft touch around the basket, a penchant for spin moves through the lane, and an ability to knock down 3-point jumpers. Wagner had all facets of his offense game working Saturday while scoring 24 points on 10 of 16 shooting with 15 rebounds. 

Wagner led Michigan's second-half rally, and kept the Wolverines in the game during the first half when everyone else on the team was struggling to find the bottom of the net. A matchup nightmare for opposing coaches, Wagner may be the man to lead Michigan to a surprise championship.

2. Michigan should play without a point guard — Zavier Simpson started at point guard for the Wolverines, but he had a shockingly poor game. Scoring zero points on 0-of-6 shooting with four turnovers, Simpson never looked settled in the halfcourt game. Jaaron Simmons came off the bench and hit a 3-pointer, but he too struggled to provide any sort of real spark.

The Wolverines can play Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman as the defacto point guard with Duncan Robinson and Charles Matthews, who scored 17 points Saturday, on the wings. If Michigan starts struggling to score against Villanova or Kansas, playing with a three off-guard lineup may help free up some space.

3. Loyola's run will go down in history — It will be a long time before people forget about the Ramblers — only the fourth No. 11 seed to make the Final Four. Playing with passion and tenacity, while hitting a number of buzzer beaters made this Loyola team one for underdog fans everywhere.

While Loyola wasn't able to pull off one more upset, they fought hard Saturday, even leading at halftime. Sister Jean became an icon throughout the tournament, and the Ramblers' 2018 NCAA Tournament legacy will live on for decades to come.