NCAA Shockers: Thursday’s 4 Jaw-Dropping Last-Second Shots

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Morehead State's Kenneth Faried celebrates after defeating Louisville in the second round of the NCAA tournament.


Thursday’s second round of the NCAA Tournament was one of the most exciting in recent memory. Powerhouse teams went down (No. 4 Louisville), others barely survived (No. 4 Kentucky) and many of the games were decided in the waning seconds. Check out the second round’s four incredible last-second plays from Thursday’s games.

No. 1 In possibly the biggest upset of the first round, No. 13 Morehead State stunned No. 4 Louisville with a three to give the underdog team the victory.

No. 2 No. 8 Butler shocked No. 9 Old Dominion as the Bulldogs’ Matt Howard made a buzzer-beating tip-in to give Butler the 60-58 win.

No. 3 Another last-second shot gave No. 7 Temple the win over No. 10 Penn State.

No. 4 Kentucky escaped a scare from No. 13 Princeton in the closing seconds as Brandon Knight hit a layup with two seconds left.