Kentucky beats LSU with a wild finish in overtime

No. 18 Kentucky’s game against LSU was one of those games that should make fans very excited for March Madness: The SEC matchup could have pushed LSU onto the brink of the NCAA tournament bubble while for Kentucky it was a chance to avenge a loss to the Tigers earlier this year. The game went into overtime and with 15 seconds left, LSU’s Andre Miller put up a layup to give the Tigers a one-point lead. Then came Kentucky’s Julius Randle who made a jumper to put his team up with less than three seconds to go.

When LSU turned the ball over on its last-ditch effort for another shot, Kentucky won and Randle’s teammates immediately tackled him.

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