Kentucky was in complete control for the first half and early into the second half, as it appeared they were well on their way to the Elite Eight.
But Houston had other plans. The veteran Cougars mounted a furious rally and seemingly had taken control of the game in the final minute.
That is, until Tyler Herro and PJ Washington saved the day.
Following a PJ field goal, Kentucky had to go on defense down 58-57 with 56 seconds left.
Cougars guard Corey Davis drove to the rim for a floater that PJ emphatically rejected into the hands of Herro, who drove down the court, and the rest is history:
PJ WASHINGTON BLOCKS. TYLER HERRO DROPS.— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) March 30, 2019
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