Player fouls with team leading in final seconds of NCAA Tournament game

Player fouls with team leading in final seconds of NCAA Tournament game

Player fouls with team leading in final seconds of NCAA Tournament game

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Matthew Fisher-Davis, a guard for Vanderbilt, fouled Bryant McIntosh with 14 seconds left while his team was leading.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus was on hand Thursday to cheer on her alma mater, Northwestern, in their first-ever NCAA tournament appearance.

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The Northwestern Wildcats (23-11) are coming from a 76-48 loss to the Wisconsin Badgers in which Scottie Lindsey scored 16 points in 5-for-10 shooting from the field and 5-for-6 from the free throw line. This came after Vandy stormed back from a late deficit to grab the lead.

Fisher-Davis looked up at the scoreboard and immediately realized his mistake. But LaChance fired up a long pull-up three with six seconds remaining that clanged off the back rim, eventually bouncing out of play off a Vanderbilt player. Vanderbilt lost its bearings in the final 15 seconds. Fisher-Davis apparently believed Vanderbilt was still losing.

A terrific game was blemished at the end by two bad plays. This obviously is a big time in Northwestern's history, but the program certainly would love to prove it's worthy of being at the Big Dance.

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