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Loyola-Chicago Beats Miami On Last-Second Three-Pointer [UPDATE]

Donte Ingram’s three-pointer in the final second of the game earned his 11th-seeded Loyola-Chicago team a 64-62 win in a game that saw the Ramblers blow two would-be game-winning shots in the final fifteen seconds before Ingram earned upset redemption.


After forcing a turnover with 23 seconds remaining, the Ramblers failed to score while down 62-61; Lonnie Walker IV—whose turnover gave them the ball in the first place—then missed a one-and-one free throw for Miami that set up Ingram’s winning shot. It’s Loyola-Chicago’s first NCAA tournament win in 33 years.

Update (5:40 p.m.): Here’s how it sounded as called by Ryan Radtke on Westwood One radio:


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