We now know Loyola's Sweet Sixteen competition.
The Nevada Wolf Pack just keeps digging out of deep holes. And now they're on their way to Nevada's first Sweet 16 since 2004.
The seventh-seeded Wolf Pack trailed this time by 22 before an amazing comeback.
Josh Hall hit a short jumper with 9.1 seconds left to give Nevada its only lead of the game at 75-73, and No. 2 seed Cincinnati couldn't get a shot off before the clock expired sending the Wolf Pack celebrating and hugging on the court.
Nevada trailed by 14 in the second half of their first-round game when they forced overtime and beat Texas.
Cincinnati was the highest remaining seed left in the South Region after a string of upsets, and now the Bearcats are the latest to go down.
Now Nevada will play another surprising team in Loyola-Chicago in the South Region semifinals Thursday in Atlanta.