Keegan Murray was the star in Iowa’s 80-77 victory over Indiana in the B1G Tournament semifinal game, but Jordan Bohannon was the hero.

With the game tied at 77 with less than 30 seconds to play, Iowa was holding the ball for the final shot of the game. Indiana’s defense shut down Murray, forcing Bohannon to heave a shot at the basket with time expiring.

Bohannon banked the shot in with 1.1 second remaining in the contest. It was enough to lift the Hawkeyes to victory and send them to the B1G title game, where they’ll play the winner of Michigan State and Purdue.

Bohannon ended the game with 12 points, hitting 4 shots from behind the 3-point line. His last one is the one that will be remembered for years.

Murray ended the game scoring an incredible 32 points and grabbing 9 rebounds in the victory. He’s scored at least 26 points in all three games Iowa has played so far.

It was an unbelievable ending to an incredible game.