Incredible Michael Qualls buzzer beater dunk wins it for Arkansas

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This must be the most incredible ending to a college basketball game in recent memory.

With just 0.4 seconds left on the clock, Michael Qualls of Arkansas gets to a missed three point attempt, and slams the ball in to give his side the extraordinary win over Kentucky. 

After Arkansas’s Rashad Madden miss with the final seconds of overtime ticking off the clock, Kentucky’s Andrew Harrison got caught watching the action. With double overtime looming, Qualls took it upon himself to rise high, win the game, and earn himself a well deserved spot on SportsCenter's Top 10 for the night.

The referees went to the replay and put 0.2 seconds back on the clock, only for Kentucky's ensuing full-court pass to go into the scoreboard, sealing the Razorbacks' win.

While it's likely Qualls will never have a play like that again in his life, i wouldn't put it past him. He went viral in November for this breath-taking slam against SIU-Edwardsville. 

The kid sure has hops.

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