Little Rock guard Josh Hagins drilled a three-pointer from the March Madness logo to send the his team’s first round game against Purdue to overtime.
No. 12 Little Rock looked to be outmatched in the second half, but pulled off a furious 14-point comeback to tie the game at 70 with just seconds remaining.
Hagins dribbled the ball to just outside the three-point line before heading to his right and knocking down a step-back shot with a Purdue defender’s hand in his face.
Hagins leads the Trojans with 23 points going into overtime.