January 26, 2018
The best parts about college basketball are upsets and buzzer beaters. Penn State fans enjoyed both with an improbable win over #13 Ohio State Thursday night, thanks to a last-second bucket from a Philadelphia native.
Trailing by three at home, the Buckeyes tied the game with just five seconds left after Keita Bates-Diop's desperation heave went in.
The crowd's jubilation would be short lived. Nittany Lions sophomore guard Tony Carr, a Roman Catholic High School grad, put up an even more improbable long-range 3-pointer as time expired. And it went in, giving him a game-high 28 points.
It's not quite, "Jenkins, for the championship," but still pretty cool nonetheless.