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

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With 26 seconds to go, Marques Townes made one out of two free throws to trim the deficit to one point. Nick DiNardi looked out of the huddle and repeated, "Oh my God". "We're not happy to just be here". "This team is special, and we're zoned in". I think that this team is very capable of that. Miami guard Dejan Vasiljevic hit a jumper at the buzzer to knot the game up at 28.

With Loyola-Chicago trailing by one point, Donte Ingram hit a 3-pointer with 1 second left that proved to be the game-winner.

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. Miami's Ja'quan Newton finished with an efficient 11 points, while teammate Lonnie Walker led the Hurricanes with 12.

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There were plenty of reasons for optimism when the teams took the court at American Airlines Arena on Thursday for their first round game, as the Ramblers held in with Miami from start to finish.

Coming into the game, Loyola-Chicago had been a trendy upset pick for the first round of the tournament, and in the final seconds of their game, they proved their believers right.

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