A top-ranked team went down last night.
Penn State and Ohio State have developed quite the rivalry on the football field. After the Nittany Lions knocked off Ohio State in 2016 thanks to a filed goal block, Penn State rallied to a Big Ten conference title.
A year later, Ohio State returned the favor. The Buckeyes used an epic comeback to hand Penn State its first loss of the season -- which was promptly followed up by another loss to Michigan State.
Ohio State went on to win the Big Ten title this year. However, for a second consecutive year the Big Ten was cut out of the College Football Playoff.
Now, the two programs are developing a flair for the dramatic on the basketball court as well. Penn State and Ohio State faced off in a Big Ten matchup in Columbus on Thursday night.
The Buckeyes found themselves down 11 with just under three minutes left to play. They used a quick comeback to cut the lead to just three in the waning seconds of the game.
With just under 15 seconds remaining in in the game, Ohio State in-bounded the ball and raced down the length of the court. Keita Bates-Diop drilled a three-pointer to tie the game at 79 with just five seconds remaining.
Penn State's Tony Carr answered with his own shot. Carr drained a three from distance at the buzzer to knock off the No. 13 team in the country.
We're left wondering if he called bank. Regardless, the Nittany Lions and Buckeyes put on a shooting clinic in the final seconds of the game.
Ohio State falls to 18-5 on the season while Penn State sits at 14-8. The Buckeyes' loss give Purdue sole possession of first place in the Big Ten.