Rhode Island and Duquesne put on an Atlantic 10 show to remember on Saturday afternoon, and Rams senior Stanford Robinson provided a fitting ending with a game-winning three as time expired:

After the Dukes took a six-point lead into halftime, Rhode Island’s undefeated A-10 record was looking a little shaky.

But E.C. Matthews put the Rams on his back in the final 10 minutes of the game, tying it all up at 49 points apiece on a layup with 5:21 and then lifting Rhody to a six-point lead with 2:47 to go. Things looked great for Matthews and the Rams.

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Yet Duquesne, having a surprisingly great year, fought back in the final two and a half minutes and, with 0:28 on the clock, knotted it all up at 58-58.

Which, of course, led to Robinson’s epic three for the win. It was Robinson’s first three all game, and just the Rams’ fourth of the afternoon on a day when they couldn’t find any consistency from deep.

That is, until it mattered most.

Adam Hermann has written for the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philadelphia Daily News, Philadelphia magazine, SB Nation, and NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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