NC A&T vs Liberty: Live Score, Highlights and Reaction
Jeremy Underwood scored 19 points for North Carolina A&T to lead the Aggies to a 73-72 victory that came down to a final missed layup by Liberty's John Caleb Sanders. This is NC A&T's first ever tournament win. They'll face Louisville in the next round.
Here's the play where Liberty almost came up with the steal with under 10 seconds left.
And the first game of March Madness is over in Dayton. North Carolina A&T hangs on for their first ever NCAA Tournament win.
John Caleb Sanders' final layup to win it is no good and NC A&T will be playing Louisville in the next round of the tournament.
Middleton heading to the line for 1-and-1. A&T up 73-72 with 7 seconds remaining— Jonathan Jones (@jjones9) March 20, 2013
8.6 left. NC A&T almost turned it over, but they have the rock, up by one. Oh boy.— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) March 20, 2013
You know NC A&T fans are excited to be here.
3-point game here in Dayton with one minute to go. Not a bad way to kick off this NCAA tournament thing...— Nicole Auerbach (@NicoleAuerbach) March 20, 2013
Casey Roberts' corner three makes it a three-point game.
John Caleb Sanders gets the layup for the and-1 bucket.
Jeremy Underwood hits the impossible jumper, draws the foul, and hits the free throw to complete the three-point play.
Cy Alexander owns the MEAC. Before he got to SC State, no NCAAs. He went to five. NC A&T's last winning season was 96-97. Until this year.— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) March 20, 2013
This is the NC A&T's first tournament appearance since 1995.
John Caleb Sanders gets to the rack and draws the foul. He has 15 points tonight.
Jeremy Underwood with a nice move in the lane for a layup.
I really think Davon Marshall and Tavares Speaks can play basketball professionally, such fun players to watch but Liberty still down 54-51— Brad James (@BroncosItaly) March 20, 2013
NC A&T holds on to a 3-point lead as things have picked up in the 2nd half.
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