March Madness has been madder than ever, and that hasn't been exclusive to the basketball tournament taking place in the Indianapolis area.
On Thursday night, that March mayhem hit the NCAA Tournament for men's Division II basketball.
West Texas A&M Buffaloes defeated Lincoln Memorial Railsplitters with an amazing buzzer-beater in the Division II Final Four in Evansville, Indiana.
Down 86-84 with 7.5 seconds remaining, West Texas A&M inbounded the ball. Qua Grant drove to the bucket, but missed his shot. The rebound eventually was tipped to Zach Toussaint, who was residing behind the three-point line and nailed a game-winning shot as time expired for top-seeded West Texas A&M in an 87-86 win.
Check out this wild finish:
WHAT. JUST. [email protected] NAILS the three as time expired and they are moving on to the @NCAADII National Championship. pic.twitter.com/3QSASXRSPT
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West Texas A&M – which advanced to its first NCAA Division II basketball championship game – will face Northwest Missouri State for the national title on Saturday (noon ET, CBS).
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