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The Wolf Pack made that seemingly insurmountable deficit disappear and rallied to win 75-73 by using an incredible 32-8 run over the game's final 10 minutes and 49 seconds. Nevada's Josh Hall put the exclamation on the finish by hitting the go-ahead bucket with 9 seconds remaining. It was the only time in the game that Nevada held a lead.
Nevada trailed 65-43 until the Wolf Pack's Cody Martin hit a jumper with to start the rally. The comeback marks the second largest in NCAA Tournament history, behind BYU's stunning feat to erase a 25 point deficit vs. Iona in the 2012 First Four.
Nevada trailed by 22 points and won. It marks the second-biggest comeback in NCAA tournament history, behind BYU's rally from 25 down to beat Iona in the 2012 First Four. (Duke also won when trailing by 22, beating Maryland in the 2001 Final Four.) #MarchMadness— David Worlock (@DavidWorlock) March 19, 2018
The Wolf Pack will face Loyola-Chicago in the Sweet 16 on Thursday.