Loyola does it again 63-62, ends Vols season in closing seconds

The Tennessee Vols took the lead with 10.5 seconds left, but Loyola hit the winning shot on its next possession, ending the Vols season in round two of the NCAA Tournament.

The Ramblers of Loyola of Chicago have something special about them.

There's the team chaplain, 98-year-old nun Sister Jean and the Ramblers knack of hitting the big shot.

They hit a jumper with just 3.6 seconds left in regulation to topple #3 seed Tennessee.

The Volunteers Jordan Bone got off a desperation shot that hit the rim, but would not drop.

The Vols fall 63-62 to a team that has captured the nation's attention.

The Vols finish the season (26-9), but had their sights set on bigger goals.

A more detailed story coming later Saturday night.

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