After pulling one of the biggest upsets so far in the first round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament, Loyola will face off against Tennessee Saturday as they fight for a spot in the Sweet Sixteen.
The eleventh-seeded Ramblers on Thursday finished off a shocking win with an unexpected three-point buzzer-beater over the no. 6 Miami Hurricanes.
A win Saturday won't be easy against third-seeded Tennessee, but Loyola's 11-game winning streak is its longest since winning the NCAA title.
Thursday's game has left plenty of focus on guard Donte Ingram, who hit the game-winning shot.
He's being called a March icon, after picking the perfect spot to sink that final basket - standing on the March Madness logo as he sealed his team's 64-62 victory.
The 6 feet, 6 inches tall senior is one of six players from Illinois on Loyola's roster, and a proud graduate of Simeon Career Academy, a Chicago Public School on the city's South Side.
"It's a great feeling," Ingram said after the game. "I thank Marcus you know, for making that pass. Any one of us could have hit that shot but I was just fortunate enough to be in that position. When I seen the shot and I had space, I was confident."