The Wisconsin Badgers (19-5) were hosting the No. 8 Michigan State Spartans (20-4) and the game lived up to the hype. It came down to the final seconds of the game.
Michigan State’s Adreian Payne made a three-point jumper to tie the game with about 12 seconds left. Wisconsin took a time out and when they inbounded the ball, Traevon Jackson took the ball up court all by himself.
With about 2 seconds left in the game, Jackson sank a mid-range jumper to sink the game-winning shot. The Spartans got another brief possession and put up a half court shot, but ultimately it didn’t go in. Jackson took the ball up court all by himself and pretty much did it on his own too going away from a pick.
He finished the game with seven points, eight assists, and five rebounds. Not the most points on the team, but the best stat line on the team.