Texas A&M Comeback Video: Aggies Erase 12-Point Deficit In Last 40 Seconds Of Second Half Against Northern Iowa, See Full Video Of The Comeback

Texas A&M pulled off one of the biggest comebacks in NCAA Tournament history — likely even college basketball history — erasing a 12 point deficit with just over 30 seconds remaining in regulation before finally defeating the Northern Iowa Panthers in double overtime on Sunday.

The most unlikely of victories sent the Aggies to the Sweet Sixteen and stunned the upset-minded Panthers, who appeared to have the win locked up.

With just one minute left in the second half, the game seemed all but over. After a pair of Jeremy Morgan free throws with 44 seconds remaining, Northern Iowa had a 12-point lead.

But the Texas A&M Aggies cranked up the defensive pressure, forcing four consecutive turnovers and converting all of them into easy baskets. The final one came with less than ten seconds remaining, when Wes Washpun tried to throw the ball off Aggies defender Admon Gilder but Gilder stepped back and stole the ball, taking it in for the game-tying layup.

The entire comeback can be seen here: