Tennessee vs. Loyola-Chicago - 3/17/18 College Basketball Pick, Odds, and Prediction

Watch: Loyola's Donte Ingram Sinks Clutch Three Pointer to Upset Miami

Watch: Loyola's Donte Ingram Sinks Clutch Three Pointer to Upset Miami

Coming into the game, Loyola-Chicago had been a trendy upset pick for the first round of the tournament, and in the final seconds of their game, they proved their believers right.

Ramblers pulled the first upset of the NCAA tourney with a 64-62 win over the Miami Hurricanes on a last second Donte Ingram three. That was especially true when the Hurricanes lost the services of talented guard Bruce Brown Jr.to a foot injury earlier in the week.

After a missed Miami free-throw, Ingram found space to let loose an incredible 3-point attempt to down the Hurricanes. Dejan Vasiljevic's jumper at the first half buzzer left the teams tied at 28.

With 23.5 seconds left, Lonnie Walker IV made a critical error by stepping out of balance, which resulted in Loyola's ball. The Ramblers trailed by seven to Miami but fought back.

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Loyola got another chance when Miami turned the ball over on the ensuing inbounds pass but a few shot attempts inside for the Ramblers wouldn't go.

These Loyola Ramblers have led off the tourney in legendary form and will seek to continue their run against the third-seeded University of Tennessee Volunteers, who beat No. 14 Wright State 73-47 to advance to the round of 32.

Waardenburg was defending Ingram on the play but couldn't stop him getting off his shot.

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