Sibert made the go-ahed 3-pointer with one second to play. It was the first career assist for Davis, who has 243 going into Senior Night at 8 p.m. Wednesday against Virginia Commonwealth. Dayton won 81-80, and the seniors have won 100 more games since that game.
Each of the freshmen played in the game. Scoochie Smith had two points in six minutes. Davis played five minutes and missed his only field-goal attempt. When asked about his memories of the game Monday, Pollard said he played eight minutes, but he really only played one minute. He had a great look at the final play, however.
“As Kyle got the steal, I was just jumping up and down because I knew Jordan was going to make the shot,” Pollard said. “If you go back and look at the clip, I was probably jumping for 15 seconds. That was probably the most memorable game I ever played in at the arena.”