The Texas A&M Aggies defeated the University of Northern Iowa Panthers to advance to the Sweet 16 in an instant classic late Sunday night.
The Aggies trailed 69-57 with 34 seconds remaining in the second round game, and their fate looked sealed. However, the Panthers got the shock of a lifetime as Texas A&M scored 14 points in the final half-minute to force overtime, where they eventually won the game. (RELATED: Wisconsin STUNS Xavier With Incredible Game-Winning Shot [VIDEO])
The final half-minute in that crazy Texas A&M comeback https://t.co/q0BHb4uDIK
— Zac Lee (@Zaclee_nyc) March 21, 2016
The epic collapse by the Panthers is the largest blown lead in the final minute in the history of March Madness.
Texas A&M’s 12-point comeback is the largest deficit overcome in the final minute to win in CBB history. pic.twitter.com/6OjizXNTpQ
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) March 21, 2016
The Aggies will face Oklahoma in the Sweet 16. (RELATED: Bracket Busted! Michigan State Goes Down In Shocking Upset)