Published: Fri, March 16, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

See Loyola-Chicago's ridiculous buzzer-beating 3 to upset Miami

See Loyola-Chicago's ridiculous buzzer-beating 3 to upset Miami

Officials would add.3 seconds on the clock, but Miami was unable to get a shot off. Loyola-Chicago moves on to face Tennessee after the 64-62 win.

Additionally, the Hurricanes were without their leading scorer and rebounder Bruce Brown Jr. due to injury.

This upset didn't come totally out of nowhere, as fans on ESPN's bracket game had the least confidence in Miami out of the four No. 6 seeds.

But the Ramblers missed back-to-back shots under the bucket. Earlier in the day, the Volunteers beat 14th-seed Wright State to advance.

The Hurricanes asserted themselves early in the second half and grabbed a seven-point lead on a layup by Ja'Quan Newton.

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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. Miami guard Dejan Vasiljevic hit a jumper at the buzzer to knot the game up at 28.

With 10 seconds left, the outlook was not good for the Ramblers.

With 26 seconds to go, Marques Townes made one out of two free throws to trim the deficit to one point.

As time ticked down, Ingram got open at the top of the key and got the pass, knocking down one of the most memorable shots in Loyola basketball history.

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