With 1.2 seconds left in overtime, Kerron Johnson makes a 10-foot jumper securing the Ohio Valley Conference title and giving Belmont the win against Murray State 70-68. Moreover, his heroic shot earned his team a ticket to the NCAA Tournament.

Today’s games have been nothing short of amazing. From Duke’s domination at Chapel Hill to Kentucky’s exciting win in Florida’s seven minute drought and countless game winners, this Saturday has not disappointed. One of the most thrilling plays of the day came in the Georgia vs. Alabama game. Alabama recovered the ball from Georgia’s Charles Mann with 2.9 seconds left with the game tied at 58. Alabama’s Trevor Releford caught the pass off the turnover and threw up a prayer from half court that proved to be the game winner. The crowd at Coleman Coliseum erupted as the shot went in. If the NCAA tournament carries this theme of nail biting thrillers, then Dick Vitale will have plenty moments to hysterically yell, “Wow! Amazing! Are you kidding me!?”

The Big East has been arguably the best and toughest conference in NCAA Men’s Basketball for 33 years. The Georgetown Hoyas ended this era with a win over Rival Syracuse. The big east has produced multiple national champions and ended with the conference’s top rivals. This emotional game Secures the Hoyas as the No. 1 Seed in the Big East with a final score of 69 – 31 .

Ryan Kelly Single-Handedly leads Duke to Victory over Miami

In last Saturday’s big game with Duke versus Miami, Ryan Kelly the 6-foot-11 Senior shocked everyone with his amazing return to the court. Kelly sat out the last 2 months with a foot injury and in his return, Kelly only practiced 20 minutes and scored a career high of 36-points leading Duke to their 79-76 victory over Miami.

Everyone in the gym was overwhelmingly amazed that night, along with some of his own teammates. Teammate Mason Plumee responded, “we’re going to get back to how we were playing.” “Having him back is uplifting. He kept saying he wanted to come back, but no one really knew if he’d be able to,” Plumlee added. March is finally here and Duke is going no where, they are hungry and they aim high for the NCAA title.