Stephen F. Austin Sends Game Against VCU to Overtime on 4-Point Play

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No. 5 seed VCU had plenty of chances to put away No. 12 seed Stephen F. Austin in the final minute of regulation in Friday's second-round game, but the Lumberjacks were able to send the game to overtime in wild fashion.

The Rams missed four of their final five free-throw attempts in regulation, which gave the Lumberjacks a chance to tie the game.

Down four, Stephen F. Austin's Desmond Haymon drilled a clutch three-pointer and drew a foul with 3.6 seconds left. He knocked down the game-tying free throw to even the score at 67.

VCU was unable to do anything on the final possession of regulation, and the game went to overtime. From there, the Lumberjacks prevailed 77-75.

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