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Midwest Sports Fans:
The talk in college basketball today is all about Tyler Griffey’s layup as time expired to give Illinois an upset win over top-ranked Indiana. While no play last night had a bigger impact on the landscape of college basketball, Marist’s Chavaughn Lewis gave us a more impressive buzzer beater. With Lewis’s Red Foxes trailing the host Iona Gaels by three points in overtime with time running out, he launched a missile from the other end of the court to tie the game as the clock hit zero and send last night’s MAAC (with two “A”s) contest into a second overtime. — Hat tip: Reddit user Greenlytrees Marist ended up winning the game 105–104. Hitting a 3/4-court shot on an opponent’s floor was especially satisfying for Marist, who, two years ago, lost a home game to Manhattan on a similar 65-foot buzzer beater. — The post Video: Marist Hits 65-foot Buzzer Beater to Force 2nd OT appeared first on Midwest Sports Fans.
BEST OF MAXIM
Illinois’ Tyler Griffey brought down the house when he hit the game-winning layup to upset No. 1 ranked Indiana.
With just under twenty seconds left and the game tied 72-72, Indiana guard Victor Oladipo tried to make a move to get off a potential game-winning shot, but dribbled off of his leg, turning the ball over to Indiana guard D.J. Richardson who pushed it up the floor only...
Unranked Illinois took out the top ranked Indiana Hoosiers tonight 74-72. The game winning shot came from a Tyler Griffey layup. With .09 seconds left on the clock Tyler broke free and got an uncontested layup for the victory. Talk about a break down in defense. Check out the highlights from the game below.
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Like the team he plays for, 2013 has been one long slump for Illinois forward Tyler Griffey.
The senior lost his shooting touch and then his starting job as the Illini, once ranked No. 10 in the country, turned a 12-0 start to the season into a flop that saw them fall toward the bottom of the Big Ten standings.
With less than a second left on the clock Thursday night, though, Griffey...
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Indiana became the fifth straight top-ranked men's college basketball team to lose, falling to unranked Illinois 74-72 on a buzzer-beater by Tyler Griffey on Thursday night.
The senior forward took an inbounds pass with 0.9 seconds to play and made a wide-open layup. And, just like that, the Hoosiers - who moved into the top spot...
The Marist basketball team has had a difficult season to say the least, currently finding themselves in last place in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. On Thursday night though, their season finally gave the fans and players something to be happy about.Sophomore guard Chavaughn Lewis received the inbounds past with 2.6 seconds left in overtime. Trailing their conference...
In this wide open year in college basketball a top
ranking in the polls is more of a curse than a badge of honor.
Indiana was the latest victim last night in
Champaign, Illinois losing to Illinois 74-72.
That will be the easiest buzzer beater Illinois
senior forward Tyler Griffey will ever make.
just made a simple curl cut and left two guys...
MINNEAPOLIS Seemingly every night in the Big Ten, there's a big shot or a thrilling finish.
Saturday, it was Wisconsin taking down No. 3 Michigan in overtime thanks in part to a last-second halfcourt shot. Two days earlier, it was unranked Illinois knocking off the top-ranked Indiana Hoosiers on a wide-open layup at the buzzer by Tyler Griffey.
Now, the No. 18 Gophers get...
There’s just no time to relax in the Big Ten.
The Hoosiers were reminded of that the hard way on Thursday night, squandering a 14 point lead to an inferior Illinois team, and ultimately losing at the buzzer, 74-72.
A stunned Hoosiers team walks off the court dejectedly following Illinois’ game-winning shot as time expired. (Herald-Times/Chris Howell)
Tied at 72 with 0.9 seconds...