You saw a tied game with 10 seconds left – and then chaos.
Duquesne tied Penn State 67-67 with 10 seconds left before a shooting foul gave the Nittany Lions two free throws with about five seconds left.
That’s when Duquesne coach Keith Dambrot went off. He lost his cool and picked up two technical fouls and an ejection.
What a way to end the game.
Tied at 67 with 5 seconds remaining, technicals were handed out to Duquesne coach Keith Dambrot after a foul resulting in SIX straight FT’s for @PennStateMBB to secure the victory. pic.twitter.com/r10cvdYCUH— CBS Sports Network (@CBSSportsNet) December 20, 2018
So with a tie game, Penn State goes to the line and makes SIX free throws to win the game 73-67.
Penn State was favored to win the game by 5.5 points and the team made up that difference in the final five seconds on an improbable bad beat on the point spread.