Mar 10, 2013, 3:00 PM EDT
Wisconsin will have to sit and wait while a possible four-way tie takes place atop the Big Ten, but it pulled some dramatics of its own Sunday. Penn State, which has played competitively of late under coach Pat Chambers, already has an upset win over Michigan under its belt. Wisconsin’s Traevon Jackson would not let it be two Top 25 wins for the Nittany Lions, though.
After Penn State forced a jump ball that left Wisconsin with 3.3 seconds to play and the ball under the opposite basket, it was inbounded to Jackson, who drove the length of the floor and got a three-pointer off in time from the wing and nailed it for the win. Watch below:
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