Nevada coach ripped off his shirt before joining a bonkers locker-room celebration

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Bare-chested, he was soaked in water by his joyous players.

While Nevada celebrated, Cincinnati's players stood silently in their locker room wondering how a defense that ranked second among all Division I teams allowed 32 points in the last 11 minutes.

Nevada moves on to face Loyola of Chicago in the Sweet 16 next week in Atlanta.

Nevada's rally came two days after the Wolf Pack erased a 14-point, second-half deficit to beat Texas 87-83 in overtime for its first NCAA Tournament victory since 2007. Then Josh Hall would hit THIS, ultimately stunning the Bearcats.

"We're always going to foul in those situations and it's always worked for us", Boeheim said. "For us to keep winning, fighting, battling, we're trying to continue to prove people wrong every game".

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With a second left, Caleb Martin, Cody's twin, deflected Cane Broome's last-ditch jumper. But they ended up falling to 34-2 in NCAA games in their home state, the only other loss coming in 1979.

"Look, we had a big lead", coach Mick Cronin said. "You've got to just figure out a way to get stops and get baskets".

Early on, Nevada (29-7) struggled to find its rhythm. Nevada called its second timeout with 15:43 left in the half, and though it eventually got within seven, it couldn't quite capitalize on Cincinnati's cold spell.

It's doubtful he's had a win as memorable as the one Nevada pulled off Sunday, and Musselman reacted appropriately - which is to say he lost his mind.

Nevada went on a 16-0 run to get within six points of Cincinnati with 7:55 remaining.

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Nevada is showing that no lead is safe.

Cody's three-point play with 3:53 to play drew Nevada to 71-68, setting the stage for the wild finish.

Are you ready? In the meantime, here's a video of head coach Eric Musselman running into the locker room with his shirt off. "It's the happiest I've ever seen".

"It's the happiest I've ever been in my life", he told reporters on Sunday.

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