If you're a Missouri Tigers fan, you're probably feeling a little down today. After Mizzou clawed its way back from 18 points down against the Georgetown Hoyas at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo. on Tuesday night, the Tigers had their hearts broken as the Hoyas drilled a three-pointer with .3 seconds left to send the game to overtime.
With 19 seconds left, Missouri sat at the free throw line with a four point lead and somehow lost this game. Credit Georgetown for hitting everything in sight, particularly at critical times. There are a ton of "Ifs" with this game. If Mizzou makes that free throw, if Michael Dixon doesn't foul with 14 seconds left, if Mizzou's Kim English gets that rebound.
In the end, it doesn't matter.
(H/T Casual Hoya for the video)