It was a contest played between two unranked teams that ended well past midnight on the east coast. So most of America missed it, I'm sure. But Saturday's college basketball Game of the Day was Nevada-New Mexico.

Final: Nevada 105, New Mexico 104 in OT.

And that doesn't even begin to tell the story.

Here's the story: Nevada came from 25 points down with 11 minutes left in regulation -- and then again from five points down in overtime -- to win at the Pit while Jordan Caroline finished with 45 points, 13 rebounds, nine assists and five blocks. It's the most points an opponent has ever scored in the Pit's 50-plus years of existence. And the 25-point comeback is the eighth-largest second-half comeback in NCAA history. Nevada made seven 3-pointers in the final 1:49 of regulation to force overtime. Nevada won despite trailing by 14 points with 64 seconds remaining in regulation.

"The guys fought," Nevada coach Eric Musselman told CBS Sports early Sunday.

And keep an eye on Nevada, by the way. The Wolf Pack are now 14-3 overall and 3-1 in the Mountain West Conference. They lost their season-opener at nationally ranked Saint Mary's. Their only other two losses -- to Iona on a neutral court and at Fresno State -- have come by a total of three points.

"It's been fun," Musselman said.