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Down by a point with just over five ticks left on the clock in the second half, Utah State walk-on guard Abel Porter showed he has ice water running through his veins.

Porter received the ball, then juked a defender to give himself an open look from three. He didn’t hesitate, draining the shot to put the Aggies up by two points over the Lobos.

With just over a second remaining, New Mexico could only heave a Hail Mary and hope for a miracle. But it never came.

Jesse Reed
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