Oh, no, Miami basketball.
After Lonnie Walker missed the front end of a one-and-done, Loyola Chicago had nine second left to make some magic happen. The Ramblers got just that.
Senior forward Donte Ingram caught the ball with a little under three seconds left. Miami’s defense scrambled out, but it was too late. Ingram, a 4o percent three-pointer shooter, sealed the upset with 0.3 seconds.
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Walker led Miami with 12 points; three other Hurricanes scored in double figures, too: Ja’Quan Newton (11), Dewan Huell (11) and Chris Lykes (10).
This is an upset, yes. However, Miami wasn’t a heavy-favorite; Loyola Chicago — champs of the Missouri Valley Conference — had 49 percent chance of winning, per KenPom.