Uconn Sends AAC Quarterfinal To Fourth Overtime With Full-Court Miracle
March 11 / Jake O'Donnell / SportsGrid
The 12th lead change of the Uconn-Cincinnati AAC quarterfinal came with eight-tenths of a second left in the third overtime. That's usually enough to end a game, right? Going up by three with less than a full second to play?
It's March. Think again.
Freshman guard Jalen Adams caught the inbounds pass, took a step and heaved up a prayer from 75 feet, God jumped down from the rafters and guided the ball off the backboard and through the hoop, sending the game to a fourth overtime.
Here's a look at Adams' shot chart on the day...
Adams just sent Uconn to the 2016 NCAA Tournament from the other three-point line (spoiler alert: they won 104-97).
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