After Cincinnati went up by 22 points late in the game, the Bearcats forgot how to play the game of basketball, and the Cinderella Wolfpack pounced on them like a pack of wolves ready to eat their prey alive.
Nevada head coach Eric Musselman has earned the right to freakout in his locker room. Cane Broome briefly lost control of the ball and then passed to the area of Gary Clark as the final seconds ticked away.
Nevada is showing that no lead is safe.
The comeback wasn't as electrifying as Texas A&M erasing a 12-point deficit vs. Cody Martin led the way for the Wolf Pack, scoring 25 points in the comeback effort, along with seven assists and six boards.
"Coach works out every morning, so his shirt comes off a lot", said junior forward Caleb Martin, who had 10 points and five rebounds. Nevada's only lead of the game was the final score.
Cincinnati guard Jarron Cumberland made a layup with 11 minutes, 34 seconds remaining in their Second Round game vs.
Clayton Custer is swarmed by teammates after hitting the game-winning shot against Tennessee on Saturday. Michigan State, flummoxed by Syracuse's 2-3 zone, didn't make a basket in the last 5:41. Hall added 14 points. The Spartans took a school record 37 shots beyond the arc, making just eight of them. It represents Loyola's fourth Sweet 16 appearance and first since 1985, and Nevada's second and first since 2004.