No. 15 Oklahoma goes coast-to-coast to beat No. 9 Kansas at buzzer (VIDEO)

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In a game that didn’t mean much beyond seeding for the postseason, No. 15 Oklahoma won a thriller over No. 9 Kansas.

Frank Mason was fouled shooting a three down by three points with just 5.4 seconds left, and he hit all three of those free throws to tie the game and set up this possession:

In fairness, that tip-in by Buddy Hield was not actually at the buzzer. After Hield nearly killed himself with that follow, the refs ruled that their were 0.2 seconds left on the clock with the ball went through the net, but nothing came of the final possession for Kansas.

The Jayhawks were without both Perry Ellis and Cliff Alexander for this game. Ellis is still dealing with a sprained knee, while Alexander is dealing with an NCAA investigation into money that his mother reportedly received as a loan against his future earnings.