On Friday night, the Iowa State Cyclones took the floor for a matchup with Ohio State. The Buckeyes entered the contest as the underdogs, but showed they were going to be a tough out early on.
Ohio State dominated the Cyclones - except for Marial Shayok - en route to a two-point lead at the half. Shayok dropped 13 of Iowa State's 24 points in the first half to keep the Cyclones in the game.
While he was the star of the show for Iowa State, Shayok also made a significant blunder in the final seconds that may have cost the team a win.
With 11 seconds on the clock, the senior guard missed the front end of a one-and-one with the Cyclones trailing by three points.
One fan in the stands couldn't believe it.
Her reaction to the play is every college basketball fan watching their NCAA Tournament hopes come to an end.
Shayok entered the game as an 88-percent free throw shooter before missing the most important free throw of his career.
Although he missed the shot, it's hard to say Shayok cost his team the win, especially when he dropped a game-high 23 points on the night.
Ohio State went on to win the game, 62-59.