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Video: No. 1 Kansas Held Off No. 2 Oklahoma In Triple-Overtime

It is doubtful that you will see a better college basketball game this regular season than the one that just finished between No. 2 Oklahoma and No. 1 Kansas. The Jayhawks, despite 46 points from Oklahoma's Buddy Hield, outlasted the Sooners 109-106 in triple overtime.

There were several heroes in this one. After Kansas took a 107-106 lead on two Devonte Graham free throws, Oklahoma took the ball out of bounds near its own bench with 11 seconds remaining following a timeout.

There, Kansas guard Frank Mason tipped away the inbounds pass and corralled the loose ball. Mason was fouled and hit both free throws to give the Jayhawks a three-point lead

Oklahoma had a shot to tie but Hield's contested three-pointer bounced off the backboard.

Don't know about you but we're already counting down to the rematch on February 13.