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VIDEOS: Wild ending to Oregon State-Utah includes two fouls, six free throws in 2.2 seconds

Wayne Tinkle

File - In this March 4, 2015, file photo, Oregon State men’s basketball coach Wayne Tinkle throws his hands in the air after a call against his team during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Oregon in Corvallis, Ore. Tinkle knows that expectations are raised and that opponents will be wary, too. (AP Photo/Don Ryan, File)


And we now have our leader in the clubhouse for the weirdest ending to a game that you’ll see this season.

Oregon State had erased a 10 point Utah lead to go ahead 68-66 with 14 seconds left. After a Utah timeout gave them the ball at half court, the play Larry Krystkowiak drew up for the Utes was a total bust, meaning that Jordan Loveridge had to force up a three to try and win the game ...

And he was fouled!

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And if you thought that was the end, you were so wrong.

Loveridge would go on to hit all three free throws, meaning that the Beavers were down 69-68 and faced with having to go 94 feet to score and get the win.

The ball was inbounded to Stevie Thompson, who sprinted to half court and fired up a prayer ...

And he was fouled!


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Brandon Taylor, what are you doing?!?

Thompson would hit all three free throws and the Beavers would leave with the win, a huge win for their NCAA tournament profile.