11-seed Loyola Chicago upsets Miami with 28-foot shot at buzzer

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After a slow first half that saw both teams knotted up at 28, The Ramblers played sloppy in the second half, allowing Miami to gain momentum and a seven-point lead at one point. He knew it the moment the ball left his hands.

Loyola Chicago now faces the SEC's Tennessee in the second round; the third-seed Volunteers beat Wright State 73-47 earlier Thursday.

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The Ramblers defeated the No. 6 seed Miami, 64-62, and advances into the second round.

After the second free throw was missed however, Walker dribbled the ball out of bounds to give Loyola possession.

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The officials first allowed the clock to hit 0.0 seconds, but then added three-tenths of a second.

Ingram's heave melted Miami head coach Jim Larrañaga and all Hurricanes fans into a puddle of dejection. But after a Hail Mary throw down the court came up short, the Ramblers walked away victorious.

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ESPN's gameflow chart shows just how dramatic the game's finale was.ESPN The Ramblers entered the game as a trendy upset pick, with some even taking them all the way to the Sweet 16. The Hurricanes were playing without star guard Bruce Brown (foot). Loyola-Chicago won the Missouri Valley tournament for its first NCAA berth since 1985.