Iowa’s dreams of upsetting Penn State came crashing down as Trace McSorley completed a 65-yard two-minute drill with a touchdown pass to Juwan Johnson on fourth down and with no time remaining on the clock.
Ola Toivonen took advantage of a Hugo Lloris blunder as the Swedish striker (who plays in Ligue 1) hammered in a strike from midfield while the French keeper scrambled, and failed, to stop it as the clock expired on stoppage time at Friends Arena in Stockholm.
What looked to be another NBA conference final blowout turned into a shocking Celtics win after Boston erased a 20-point deficit and beat the Cavaliers in Cleveland on Avery Bradley’s last-second three-pointer.
Joe Johnson’s floater as time expired erased a heroic shot by Chris Paul to tie the game and gave the fifth-seeded Utah Jazz a 97-95 Game 1 win over the Clippers in Los Angeles.
Oh yeah, no way this guy is the MVP.
UConn is out of the NCAA tournament and its 111-game winning streak is over after Morgan William hit a buzzer-beater at the end of overtime to send Mississippi State to the women’s championship game by the score of 66-64.
It took us until the last game of the Sweet Sixteen, but we finally got the crazy ending we’ve been waiting for as Florida’s Chris Chiozza raced the length of the court in four seconds to hit a game-winning three-pointer and give his Gators squad an 84-83 win over Wisconsin. Zak Showalter, your time in the limelight…
Zak Showalter hit a miracle three with two seconds remaining to send his Wisconsin team to overtime against a Florida Gators squad that led throughout the second half. He followed it up with a certain branded signature gesture aimed at Aaron Rodgers, in attendance and rooting on the Badgers. Here’s how the call…
Champlin Park High School came into the opening game of the Minnesota state tournament undefeated, and they left undefeated, thanks to a last-gasp buzzer-beater from senior guard Sam Dubois. The Rebels came back from an eight-point halftime hole with the help of 30 points from McKinley Wright, who missed a runner at…
The Brooklyn Nets are in a weird place. They aren’t in a position to go for wins, since they are the worst team in the NBA, but they also don’t have an incentive to tank, since they owe their pick to the Celtics. All they have to play for is the development of their young players.
Jalen Jenkins landed a layup as time expired in regulation to force overtime in George Mason’s A-10 tournament matchup against Fordham. Mason actually had an attempt to tie it up with seven seconds remaining as Marquise Moore was fouled, but Moore missed both free throws—setting the stage for Jenkins’s game-extending…
Greg McClinton must have played football or something, because this overhander was as nice as pie.
Tyler Ulis’s three-point heave as the buzzer sounded gave the Suns a 109-106 regulation win over the Celtics in a game Boston led by two points until four seconds remained.
Keith Braxton heaved a heavily-contested, desperation three and found the basket as his Saint Francis Red Flash squad knocked off Wagner in the NEC semifinals.
Oklahoma City took a 60-57 lead over Portland into the half after Taj Gibson intercepted a baseball pass from Pat Connaughton and heaved up his own Aaron Rodgers-style hail mary that delivered at the other end. Incredible!
The California Golden Bears hosted No. 6 Oregon in Berkeley this evening, and for one half, they ran circles around their top-ten foes. Oregon put up just 16 points in the first half, which is the worst mark of the Dana Altman era. Cal’s guards were raining threes and lanky power forward Ivan Rabb was dominating the…
Syracuse hosted the infernal Duke Blue Devils tonight and scored 53 points in the second half to storm back from an early deficit and win at the buzzer. Grayson Allen only shot 2-for-11, and Cuse senior John Gillon led all scorers with 26. Gillon, who embarrassed Jayson Tatum earlier in the game, hit a wild three in…
Have you ever counted your chickens? Before they hatched??? Repent.
LeBron James forced overtime against Washington with a shot that ranks among the most legendary in his career. Incredible.
Donte DiVincenzo’s tip in as time expired gave top-ranked Villanova a 61-59 win over Virginia.