Click Your School for Extensive Team Coverage

Miami basketball upset by Loyola Chicago’s buzzer-beater

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.

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.

Loyola Chicago advances to the second round, and will now face Grant Williams and Tennessee.

 

Read More

Miami coach Jim Larranaga joins The David Glenn Show