Dayton’s Jalen Crutcher put Dayton ahead on a layup with 10 seconds left. Colorado did not call time-out. Dayton sent three defenders at Tyler Bey as he worked for in the post, but he passed out to Schwartz, who was wide open. There was not a defender within 10 feet as he made the shot.
Dayton fell to 9-2 with its second overtime loss. It lost 90-84 to Kansas in the Maui Invitational.
Dayton trailed for most of the second half but tied the game in the final seconds on a 3-pointer by Obi Toppin, who had missed his first five 3-pointers, including one on the previous possession.
Dayton took a 74-71 lead with 1:44 to go on a basket by Ibi Watson but then gave up three straight points. The Flyers didn’t lead again until the go-ahead layup by Crutcher, who led the team with 19 points.
Dayton led from the start after opening the game with a 19-5 run in the first six minutes. The Buffaloes answered with a 14-2 run in the next six minutes.
Wright, who signed with Dayton but changed his mind when Archie Miller left for Indiana, led Colorado with 11 points on 4-of-8 shooting. Dayton fans booed him every time he touched the ball in the opening minutes.
Dayton shot 57.1 percent and made 4 of 9 3-pointers Colorado shot 42.9 percent and made 3 of 11 3-pointers but grabbed six offensive rebounds and scored eight second-chance points. Colorado outscored Dayton 5-0 at the free-throw line.
NOTES: Dayton forward Chase Johnson missed his third straight game with an illness. He did not travel with the team to Chicago.