Michigan 83, No. 19 Iowa 82, 2 OT
Jan. 12, 1995
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) _ Ray Jackson's dunk off a pinpoint pass from Jimmy King with 11 seconds left in the second overtime gave Michigan an 83-82 victory over No. 19 Iowa on Wednesday night, running the Hawkeyes' losing streak in Crisler Arena to 14 games.
It was the second straight one-point loss in the Great Lakes state for the Hawkeyes (11-4, 1-2 Big Ten). Iowa lost 69-68 on Eric Snow's shot at the buzzer at Michigan State last Saturday.
Michigan (8-6, 2-1) has won the last four games in the series and seven of the last eight with the Hawkeyes.
King had 21 points and Jackson 15 for the Wolverines, who shot 53.8 percent and had five players in double figures.
Jess Settles had 19 points for the Hawkeyes, who had a 41-36 rebounding edge. Iowa shot 41.4 percent but hit 20 of 26 free throws compared with 10 of 14 for Michigan.
The game was tied at 71 at the end of regulation, and at 75 after the first overtime. Michigan's last lead was 57-56 with 10:00 left in regulation, until Jackson's game-winner.
A free throw by Jim Bartels put Iowa ahead 82-81 with 1:11 left in the second overtime. The Wolverines turned the ball over under their own basket on their next possession.
Iowa's Kenyon Murray, who finished with 18 points, was tied up by Maceo Baston in front of the Hawkeyes' bench with 41 seconds remaining and the possession arrow gave the ball to Michigan.
The Wolverines worked the ball carefully up court. King, from the left corner, zipped the ball to Jackson cutting to the basket for the jam that put Michigan ahead.
But there was more excitement to come.
Baston slapped at Andre Woolridge's shot from the right corner and knocked the ball out of bounds as the horn sounded. But the officials ordered 2.2 seconds put back on the clock.
After a timeout, Bartels inbounded the ball to Chris Kingsbury whose desperation shot from the right side sailed over the hoop and landed harmlessly in front of the Iowa bench.