VIDEO: Vander Blue hits layup with 1.0 second left for Marquette
The first last-second game-winner of the 2013 NCAA tournament came courtesy of Marquette's Vander Blue.
The first last-second game-winner of the 2013 NCAA tournament came courtesy of Marquette's Vander Blue, who drove the lane and finished a layup with 1.0 second left to give the Golden Eagles a one-point win over Davidson.
Davidson led most of the way, but three 3-pointers from Marquette in the final minute cut the lead to one, and then a Davidson turnover with 6.7 seconds left gave the Golden Eagles a chance to win it.
And Blue didn't disappoint, blowing right by the Davidson defense and getting to the rim.
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