DOVER, Del. (AP) — Aric Brooks made two free throws after a technical foul with 1.1 seconds left to give Morgan State a 73-72 win over Delaware State Monday night.

Delaware State’s Tahj Tate dunked a tip-in off of Jay Threatt’s missed shot and most of Memorial Hall thought the game was over.

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However, there was 1.1 second left on the clock as fans and players ran on the court, causing a technical foul for a delay of game.

The Bears (8-19, 5-10 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) led 65-59 with 4:29 left and Delaware State went on a 9-2 run to take the lead.

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It remained tight, and Ian Chiles made 1 of 2 free throws to put the Bears up 71-70 with 7 seconds to go.

Blake Bozeman scored 14 points to lead Morgan State, which shot 65.2 percent (30 of 46).

Threatt scored 19 points and Tate 18 for the Hornets (14-13, 11-4).

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