BYU's Brandon Davies fouled out with the Cougars clinging to a one-point lead with less than two minutes to play, and that foul sent St. Mary's star Matthew Dellavedova to the line. Delly, a 90% free throw shooter, only made one. Tie game. At that point most Gaels' fans would have have gladly taken overtime, where BYU would be without its star big.
But overtime wasn't in the cards. The teams traded missed baskets, and then Tyler Haws made a 19-foot turnaround with a hand in his face. It put the Cougars up two, but Delly knocked down a jumper on the other end and it was tied. Again, Gaels fans gladly would have taken overtime, as there were only 35 seconds left and BYU had the ball and the final shot.
While they were milking the clock down to its final ticks, everyone in the stadium knew the ball was going to Tyler Haws. He already had 21 points, and at 6-5, he was matchup problem for any of the St. Mary's guards.
Here's where St. Mary's made a...