March Madness is here, guys, and the pressure seemed to get to Vanderbilt's Matthew Fisher-Davis during the first-round matchup against Northwestern—and his mistake cost the Commodores a chance at advancing in this year's tourney.
Vanderbilt takes a late lead! And then...fouls. So much for being "smart."(Video via @CBSSports) #MarchMadnesspic.twitter.com/y1GcEAxsW1— Someone's An Idiot (@SomeonesAnIdiot) March 16, 2017
Vanderbilt takes a late lead! And then...fouls. So much for being "smart."(Video via @CBSSports) #MarchMadnesspic.twitter.com/y1GcEAxsW1
In the back-and-forth battle with Northwestern, Vandy took the lead with 17.8 seconds left, giving them a one-point lead and putting the pressure on the opposing Wildcats.
Then... it happened.
Vandy's Fisher-Davis—who didn't seem to realize his team had just taken the lead—inadvertently fouled Northwestern player, who knocked down the go ahead free throws to give the Wildcats the lead for good.
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