SAN FRANCISCO -- Angelo Caloiaro scored a career-high 26 points and Michael Williams hit two tiebreaking technical free throws with 2.4 seconds remaining to lead San Francisco to an 83-81 overtime victory over Colorado Saturday night.
Rashad Green had 16 points and six rebounds for USF (2-1).
Green grabbed a rebound and converted the putback with 2.4 seconds remaining to tie it at 81.
Colorado was judged by the officiating crew to have called timeout after Green's basket, but the Buffaloes had none remaining, so Williams was sent to the line, where he swished both.
Officials: North Carolina must show proof of discrimination-free zone, or lose NCAA tournament games
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Florida and Duke will meet on Dec. 6 in the Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden as one of two high-profile games to help raise funds for cancer research.