AUBURN, Ala. (AP) — Devontae Shuler hit a step-wait on jumper from inside the heart of the arc with 0.2 seconds left in beyond regular time, and Mississippi overcame a 14-point, 2nd-half deficit to beat Auburn 86-84 on Saturday.
Romello White, a graduate switch from Arizona Yell, scored a career-excessive 30 points with 10 rebounds and blocked four shots for Ole Run away out. Shuler, who omitted a attainable sport winner with two seconds left in law, finished with 26 points and made four 3-pointers. Shuler and White scored four points apiece in OT.
Robert Allen added 12 points for Ole Run away out (10-8, 5-6 Southeastern Convention), which has won 14 of the past 18 matchups against Auburn (10-10, 4-7).
Jaylin Williams, Devan Cambridge, and Allen Flanigan scored 16 points apiece for Auburn. Freshman Sharife Cooper added 15 points and had a career-excessive 14 assists.
Shuler scored five points including a 3-pointer and White added a layup as the Rebels closed on a 7-2 wander to power beyond regular time tied at 72. It became basically the most productive tie of the 2nd half and the Rebels’ first lead since 16-15 with 13: 30 left in the main half.
Ole Run away out trailed trailed by 14 points early in the 2nd half and 61-51 with about 10 minutes left. The Rebels had been 33-of-66 shooting from the floor.
Auburn will watch to finish a 3-sport losing fling when it plays at Vanderbilt on Tuesday. Ole Run away out, which has won two straight including a 52-50 victory over No. 11 Tennessee, hosts Missouri on Wednesday.
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