All due respect to Scottie Reynolds, but the biggest shot of March Madness just might have come a few hours earlier and 90 miles west yesterday. Findlay and Cal Poly Pomona were tied at 53 with 2.4 seconds left in OT of the Division II championship game in Springfield, Mass., when Findlay had one last chance on a inbound play from the baseline.
And just to set the scene, Findlay came into the game at 35-0 and had been ranked #1 all year. Cal Poly was trying to become the first unranked team to win the D-II title in 30 years. Findlay got the ball inbound to senior Tyler Evans, who seemingly had nowhere to go and hadn’t made a shot all day. You know what’s happening next.
Video after the jump.