Michigan State and Kansas State Head to OT Tied 82-82 in March Madness

In a Sweet 16 matchup of the NCAA tournament, Michigan State and Kansas State went into overtime tied at 82-82. The game had been a back-and-forth battle with neither team able to pull away for most of the second half.

The Spartans' star player Cassius Winston had been leading his team throughout the game, but it was Xavier Tillman who hit a clutch layup with just seconds left on the clock in regulation to send the game into overtime.

Kansas State's Barry Brown Jr. had also been impressive for his team, scoring 25 points and hitting key shots down the stretch.

As both teams headed into overtime, tensions were high as each possession became more crucial. But despite their best efforts, neither team was able to gain an advantage as they continued trading baskets.

Michigan State's Nick Ward fouled out early in overtime, leaving them without one of their key players. However, they continued to fight hard and tie up the score multiple times before finally succumbing to Kansas State's pressure defense in double-overtime.

After an intense battle that lasted over two hours, Kansas State emerged victorious with a final score of 90-85. They will now advance to face either Duke or Virginia Tech in the Elite Eight round of March Madness.

This thrilling matchup between two talented teams showcased some incredible basketball skills and kept fans on their toes until the very end. It will certainly go down as one of this year's most exciting games so far in March Madness.