??? Good good ??? Well, we had to wait a while but we finally got our buzzer beater, the first in this year's March Madness, the Florida gators beating the Wisconsin badgers in spectacular fashion, overtime, ESPN's Tony Reali with more on the teams making it to the elite eight. Reporter: This morning we have an elite eight. But not before a touch of madness. Showalter. Oh! Reporter: In the first overtime game of the tournament a nail-biter between Wisconsin and Florida. The badgers forcing overtime with this incredible three-pointer from Zack Showalter. My goodness. Reporter: Then in overtime seemingly snagging the win with two free threes with four seconds left but then this. Chioza. Reporter:
The shot may be forgotten in time, but the celebration will live on forever. Moments after tying Friday night’s Sweet Sixteen matchup with a running, one-legged three-pointer, Wisconsin senior Zak Showalter did what anyone would do with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers in attendance. He put on the title belt. Watch below as Showalter celebrates his three-pointer in classic Rodgers style: The celebration was short lived. Wisconsin eventually lost in heartbreaking fashion in overtime when Chris Chiozza hit his own running three-pointer to beat the buzzer, sending Florida to the Elite Eight. According to Sports Illustrated, Rodgers actually told Showalter before the game that “he wanted
Dayton’s Archie Miller is expected to get a seven-year contract with Indiana. Dayton’s Archie Miller has accepted a seven-year contract to become Indiana’s new head coach. Miller met with Dayton administrators Saturday and released a statement that he is leaving for Indiana.