Did he call it? South Carolina downs No. 10 Kentucky on banked-in three-pointer at the buzzer
The South Carolina Gamecocks couldn’t get much of anything going against Kentucky in the first half of Wednesday night’s game in Columbia.
However, the second half was a much different story, as the Gamecocks absolutely exploded for 56 second-half points.
After trailing 33-25 at halftime, South Carolina earned a miraculous 81-78 victory over the Wildcats thanks to a buzzer-beating, banked-in three-point shot by redshirt freshman Jermaine Couisnard:
SOUTH CAROLINA AT THE BUZZER!! pic.twitter.com/d3rwk1HQxM
— Kyle Boone (@Kyle__Boone) January 16, 2020
Couisnard finished with 26 points and made 4 of his 5 three-point attempts. Four players fouled out of the game (2 on each team) and there were 54 total fouls called.
So, for those not keeping track at home, here’s a brief look at some of the craziness that has been South Carolina’s season:
South Carolina victories:
– at No. 9 Virginia
– at Clemson (which beat UNC and Duke this week)
– vs. No. 10 Kentucky
– vs. Boston
– vs. Stetson (???)
– vs. Houston (by 20 points) pic.twitter.com/4dZllaPZwr
— Adam Spencer (@AdamSpencer4) January 16, 2020