JACKSONVILLE, Ala. -- Jamall Gregory scored 21 points, Jason Burnell scored 20 and Jacksonville State's 5-0 run in the closing seconds of the second overtime gave the Gamecocks a 104-101 win over Eastern Kentucky on Saturday night.
The game was tied at 99-all when the Gamecocks' Ty Hudson made a layup with 33 seconds to go. Following an Eastern Kentucky turnover, Detrick Mostella made 1 of 2 free throws. After missing a 3-point attempt, the Colonels were forced to foul and Hudson sank two free throws with 13 seconds left. Peyton Broughton scored a layup for the game's final margin.
Eastern Kentucky's Kelvin Robinson made a layup with six seconds left to tie it at 92 and force the second overtime. Gregory threw down a dunk to make it 82-all with 11 seconds left in regulation to force the first overtime.
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