With the clock winding down, North Carolina State forward BeeJay Anya did what LSU couldn’t after it missed six consecutive free throws while failing to find the mark on its last 12 field-goal attempts.

Anya, who had two points to that point, finished the Tigers off on a left-handed hook in the lane with 0.1 seconds left— capping an 18-3 run down the stretch for the Wolfpack and sending its players and coaches onto the court to celebrate in LSU's 66-65 stunning loss in its first NCAA tournament game since 2009.

In a wild Day 1 of the tournament, national pundits were quick to react to the game's final seconds.