Examples of buzzer in a Sentence
Their team was ahead by two points when the buzzer signaled the end of the game.
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There was a little excitement at the end of the half as Arnold Little found Evan Simons for a 38-yard touchdown catch at the buzzer for a 13-0 halftime lead.
By the time the buzzer went off, only three of us were still up.
Johnathan Motley of Baylor scored the quarter’s final five points on a late layup and a buzzer-beating halfcourt heave.
The Celtics are coached by Brad Stevens, Hayward's coach for two seasons at Butler, one of which ended with the Bulldogs nearly winning the 2010 national championship as Hayward's half-court buzzer-beater rimmed out.
After their team's buzzer-beating loss to Villanova in the 2016 NCAA final, North Carolina fans couldn't help but dwell on the defensive breakdowns that left Kris Jenkins open for his 25-foot bomb.
The 6-foot-6, 235-pound Jenkins, who hit the three-point shot at the buzzer against North Carolina to give the Wildcats the 2016 national championship, averaged 13.1 points and 4.1 rebounds last season.
The Badgers were stunned by the Florida Gators on a buzzer-beater in a thrilling tourney game.
In helping lead the Ducks to the Final Four for the first time since 1939, Brooks averaged 16.1 points and showed a knack for knocking down big shots, such as his buzzer-beaters against UCLA and Cal.
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: an electric device that makes a loud sound
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