SAN ANTONIO (AP) - The Memphis Tigers are one win away from the NCAA Final Four because of their free-throw shooting.
Forget those season-long struggles from the free throw line. The Tigers are making them when it counts. Antonio Anderson made two with three-point-one seconds left for a 65-to-64 victory over Texas A&M in the NCAA South Regional. That's the Tigers' 25th straight win.
Anderson came in shooting 64 percent from the free throw line. He was one-for-four when he went to the line and calmly made both.
The Tigers advanced to a regional final for the second straight year. The Tigers last went to the Final Four in 1985. They will play Ohio State or Tennessee on Saturday.
Texas A&M finishes 27-7. Acie Law had 13 points but was 6-of-17 from the field in his final game for the Aggies.
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