Michigan's Moe Wagner does it all at Final Four, including breaking Bill Raftery's glasses

Michigan’s Mortiz Wagner did it all for Michigan at the Final Four on Saturday, finishing with a monster 24-point, 15-rebound performance to send the Wolverines past Loyola Chicago to Monday’s NCAA championship game.

He also broke CBS broadcaster Bill Raftery’s glasses with this acrobatic sideline leap while trying to save a loose ball.

The 6-foot 11-inch flying German also appeared to terrify Raftery’s broadcast partner Grant Hill in the process.

Raftery didn’t seem to be too upset about the property damage.

And Wagner, after an apologetic postgame interview with CBS’s Tracy Wolfson, made sure to check on Raftery before commencing celebrating with his Michigan teammates.

I’m sorry coach. I apologize,” Wagner shouted at Raftery after Wolfson told him about Raftery’s broken glasses. “I hope it’s the only thing I broke.”

For Wagner with his huge performance, it will be another Final Four moment he’ll likely never forget.

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Michigan’s Moritz Wagner has a monster game and a run-in with CBS broadcaster Bill Raftery during Saturday’s Final Four win over Loyola Chicago. (AP)