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Cyclones Rally To Beat North Carolina, Advance To Sweet 16

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    April 28, 2014 | 3:23 pm
    SAN ANTONIO Iowa State Coach Fred Hoiberg scribbled intently.

    His star senior guard, DeAndre Kane, studied.

    With 15.7 seconds remaining in Sunday's pulse-pounding, run-filled, third-round NCAA tournament game against North Carolina, one play they hoped remained to be called.

    The score: Cyclones 83, Tar Heels 81.

    North Carolina's James Michael McAdoo a 53 percent foul shooter sank two free throws.

    Kane took the inbounds.

    Twelve seconds.


    Drive, split two Tar Heels in the paint with less than two seconds left and ...

    "Made a crazy layup," Kane explained long after fans in the AT&T Center became slack-jawed after an 85-83 ISU triumph.

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