LSU had the meltdown of all meltdowns Thursday night.
They led NC State 62-48 with under nine minutes to play before the epic breakdown began. LSU missed their last twelve field goal attempts and last six free throws attempts before watching BeeJay Anya get the kind roll and steal a win.
With 2:40 left things were looking grim for the 14th seeded Georgia St. Panthers, but a 13-0 run to end the game, 12 of which came from the coach’s son R.J. Hunter, and that deadly triple from about a mile away.
If the first four was any indication, we’re in for a heck of a tournament.
After Ole Miss capped off a big comeback Tuesday night, Robert Morris does the same as they rally from 17-points down to beat UNF.
Dayton, however, was not do be outdone. They trailed Boise St. by seven points with 3:43 to go and pulled off the win on their home floor. After an elite-eight run last year, can this year’s 11-seed become another Cinderella story?