College basketball finishes don't get much crazier than what happened at the end of the Weber State-Sacramento State game on Saturday.
Trailing 75-72 with 7.8 seconds left in overtime, Weber State had the ball with a chance to tie the game. The Wildcats' Davion Berry hit a game-tying three-pointer that looked like it was going to send the game into a second overtime.
Not so fast.
The Hornets' Dylan Garrity sank a three-quarters-court shot and beat the buzzer to give Sacramento State a 78-75 victory.
What a way to finish a game.