Antonio Anderson hit a pair of free throws with just under 4 seconds to play as Memphis beat Texas A&M in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament 65-64.
A&M had a chance to win it with 2.0 seconds to play, but Dominique Kirk's half-court shot fell short.
The Aggies close out their second trip ever to the Sweet 16 with a 27 and 7 record. It's the most wins in school history.
Antanas Kavaliauskas led the Aggies with 17 points while Joseph Jones added 14 and Acie Law, who missed a lay-up with under a minute to go, tossed in 13.
The Tigers will put their 25 game winning streak on the line Saturday when they meet either Ohio State or Tennessee.
The Tigers were led by Jeremy Hunt's 19 points while Chris Douglas-Roberts added 15.
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