Florida State's Boris Bojanovsky Makes Last-Second Dunk to Beat Maryland

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistMarch 13, 2014

ESPN

It doesn't feel like March until there are thrilling finishes in college basketball tournaments.

With less than 10 seconds left in its second-round game of the 2014 ACC tournament and the score tied at 65-all, Florida State had a chance to beat Maryland. The Seminoles were able to set up center Boris Bojanovsky for the game-winning dunk with less than one second remaining thanks to some nice passing.

The Terrapins had plenty of players in the paint, but they left Bojanovsky open. It cost them. The 67-65 loss ended Maryland's 61-year run in the ACC.

[ESPN]

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