Arkansas was down 12 points five minutes into the second half on Saturday and was on the verge of falling on the wrong side of a historic surprise. But like much of the previous NCAA Men’s Championship matches, the Razorbacks are back in a 72-70 victory to advance to Elite Eight. Devonte Davis created a winning basket with three seconds remaining to secure a win at Sweet 16 in Indianapolis, while sending Cinderella into the tournament as she was trying to become the first number 15 seed to advance to Elite Eight. Instead, Arkansas beat its card, putting the Elite Eight for the first time since 1995. Ural Roberts star Max Apmas (25), the nation’s leading goalscorer, missed one point for a three-point victory over time. Abmas said of the last shot: “Nothing I would have done differently.” I think shoot it a little more. When I left my hand, I felt fine, and it ended up failing. We didn’t get the job done. No one thought we’d be here, so just to see everything we’ve accomplished, that’s something I’ll remember for the rest of my life. “Galen Tate (22 points) was the long-term champion of Arkansas, helping the team take the lead for the first time in the second half from a bucket with minutes remaining and then scoring six major points in the last few minutes. 35. Davis added 14 points, while Musa Moody contributed. By 14 points, Arkansas (25-6), No. 3 seed from the Securities and Exchange Commission, trailed by seven points at the end of the first half, but kept his cool, after returning from a large deficit in the first half versus Colgate in the first round and barely escaped. From Texas Tech in Round 2. The program returned to the Eighth Elite for the first time since Nolan Richardson’s climax, tying with Baylor number one in the Southern District on Monday. This game is played by the December 20 meeting between the two teams when the Razorbacks won 11 points. The Golden Eagles were (11-18) They try to get rid of the narrative that they were just a two-man team behind Abmas and Kevin Obanor (58 points in the first two games). For a while, this was happening. In-round players Carlos Jürgens scored 13 points and Francis Lasis scored 11 points and six rebounds. But. Both players made four fouls and Oral Roe did not score Perts any points from the bench. Follow college basketball reporter Scott Gleeson on Twitter @ ScottMGleeson.