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It wasn't over as far as Iowa State guard Deonte Burton was concerned.
Burton cast a last-ditch effort block against Purdue Boilermakers forward Caleb Swanigan in the final seconds of Saturday's second-round NCAA tournament game, keeping his team's deficit at two points.
Though heroic, Burton's block wasn't enough to quell Purdue's eventual 80-76 victory. The Boilermakers will move on to the Sweet 16, where they'll face either Kansas or Michigan State on Thursday.