Swingman Donte Ingram hit a long 3-pointer with 0.3 seconds left to give 11th-seeded Loyola-Chicago a 64-62 victory over sixth-seed Miami on Thursday afternoon in a South Regional first-round NCAA Tournament game in Dallas. It was Loyola's 11th straight win.
Miami had one last chance, but the Hurricanes had to go the length of the court and couldn't get a shot off.
Down by three to a talented No. 6 Miami Hurricanes squad, Ramblers head coach Porter Moser dialed up this gorgeous play for a game-tying three-pointer.
The final score was the only time the Ramblers led in the second half, but they were never down more than five points over the final 10 minutes after trailing by seven early.
A minute later, Miami guard Lonnie Walker, a potential lottery pick in the upcoming National Basketball Association draft, had the opportunity to put his team up by three with nine seconds remaining.
With 44 seconds left in the game, Miami's Ja'Quan Newton made a tough step-back jumper to put the Hurricanes up two.
These Loyola Ramblers have led off the tourney in legendary form and will seek to continue their run against the third-seeded University of Tennessee Volunteers, who beat No. 14 Wright State 73-47 to advance to the round of 32.