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Sam Richmond | NCAA.com | January 5, 2016

Kansas basketball: Frank Mason forces game-clinching steal vs. Oklahoma

  Frank Mason has come up huge countless times for Kansas during his college career.

Monday night's bout between No. 1 Kansas and No. 2 Oklahoma absolutely lived up to the hype.

The back-and-forth game went to triple overtime and featured a remarkable finish, as Kansas' Frank Mason had two steals in the final minute to flip the game and help his team win the instant classic.

Mason's second steal will ultimately go down as the play of the game. With Kansas up one and less than 12 seconds remaining, Mason hounded Buddy Hield on an inbounds play and stole the pass to seal the win for Kansas.

Take a look:

What a play. What a game.

 

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