Found March 02, 2012 on Online Sports Guys:
What would today be without another buzzer beater.Today's big one: Ian Miller of Florida State drilling a fadeaway three with .8 seconds on the clock giving the Seminoles a 63-60 comeback win over the University of Virginia.There isn't much more to say other than watch the video (courtesy-theACCsport):
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