What did Miami Hurricanes player say after loss to Loyola

DALLAS, TX - MARCH 15: Chris Lykes
DALLAS, TX - MARCH 15: Chris Lykes /
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On the next subsequent inbounds pass, Walker lost the ball out of bounds after Loyola went for the steal. Towns then missed a layup. Cameron Krutwig missed after an offensive rebound. Sam Waardenburg secured the rebound for the Miami Hurricanes.

Walker once again wound up with the ball and got fouled. Walker was shooting 75 percent from the free throw line as he attempted to increased the Hurricanes lead.

It was a one-and-one. With a one-point lead if Walker made both, the Ramblers would need a three just to tie the game and send it to overtime. If he made one a three would give Loyola the win, two would tie the game.

Walker missed the front end. Loyola would only need a two to win the game. Loyola’s Ben Richardson got the rebound. Loyola chose to go instead of call timeout.

Richardson gave it to Towns. In the scramble, Towns gave it to Donte Ingram who was trailing him. With 2.3 three seconds remaining Ingram let it fly from the Loyola side of the logo in the frontcourt. His improbable shot gave Loyola the upset everyone expected. Walker discussed his disappointment in the loss.

"Q. You guys obviously seethese kind of things happen and you never think it’ll happen to you. You dream about you being the one that makes the big shot. Lonnie, how about you from that perspective, what’s the feeling out there?"