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Look: Dayton Takes Down Kansas On Stunning Buzzer-Beater

A general view of the Kansas Jayhawks basketball court.

LAWRENCE, KS - NOVEMBER 09: A general view of Naismith Court at Allen Fieldhouse during the game between the Southeast Missouri State Redhawks and the Kansas Jayhawks at Allen Fieldhouse on November 9, 2012 in Lawrence, Kansas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Just because it's not March doesn't mean that upsets can't happen in college basketball.

2-3 Dayton just took down No. 4 Kansas on a buzzer-beater that you will have to see to believe.

It originally looked like Kansas was going to survive as Malachi Smith's drive to the net was rejected by big man David McCormack.

Mustapha Amzil then corraled the ball and put up a shot while he was fading to his left and it bounced Dayton's way.

This sent the Flyers to the ESPN Events Invitational Final.

Amzil only had two points overall before he hit that final shot to get Dayton the upset. He finished this contest with four points and five rebounds.

DaRon Holmes II led the Flyers in scoring with 16, while four other players were also in double figures. Elijah Weaver and Toumani Camara finished with 14, while Smith and Koby Brea finished with 10.

The Jayhawks had three players in double figures and it started with Ochai Agbaji. He finished with 21 points, while both Remy Martin and Christian Braun had 17.

Dayton will get the winner of the Iona-Belmont matchup that's set to take place on Friday night, while Kansas will get the loser.