Date: March 24
Opponent: No. 1 Indiana Hoosiers
Round: Round of 32
Result: 58-52, Loss
Key Statistics: 31 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals, 12/24 FG
Truthfully, you could make the case that Khaliff Wyatt's best performance came against the North Carolina State Wolfpack during the round of 64. Considering whom Wyatt was tasked with defeating during the round of 32, however, this one takes the cake.
With 31 points, Wyatt nearly led the Temple Owls to an upset of the No. 1 Indiana Hoosiers.
Wyatt's numbers speak for themselves, as those 31 points came with two steals and 12-of-24 shooting from the field. Perhaps most impressively, Wyatt put up those numbers while being defended by Naismith Award finalist Victor Oladipo.
Not only was the 6'4" senior sensational, but he overcame an elite defender to do it.
If that's not impressive enough for you, try the fact that Temple lost by only six points. They did this with just one other player in double figures, as Anthony Lee scored 10.
If that's not enough, try this—only four Temple players scored during their game against Indiana. By accounting for 59.6 percent of his team's points, Wyatt single-handedly brought the Owls to the brink of an upset.
There are no words.