Alabama emerged victorious over No. 1 North Carolina 103-101 after 4 overtimes. The Crimson Tide and Tar Heels met in Portland as part of the Phil Knight Invitational.

There was plenty of drama throughout, including in the final seconds. UNC got the final possession with just over 4 seconds left on the clock.

Mark Sears led the Crimson Tide with 24 points on 8-of-13 shooting from the field, including 7-of-11 from 3-point territory. Sears also finished with a team-high 55 minutes.

Charles Bediako had 14 points, including a go-ahead layup with 26 seconds left in the 4th overtime.

Jaden Bradley (10 points, 3 rebounds) added a free throw with 4 seconds left to make it 103-101.

The 3-ball was a deciding factor. North Carolina made 38 field goals to Alabama’s 37. On 3-pointers, though, UA was 16-of-38 to UNC’s 7-of-23. The Tar Heels made 18 free throws to the Tide’s 13.

Though it was the third-place consolation game of the PKI after both teams lost on Friday, it’s still a milestone victory for UA basketball. It marks Alabama’s first win over a No. 1 team since 2004.