Florida State’s men’s basketball team took on the University of Miami on Wednesday night, and towards the end of the game Xavier Rathan-Mayes of FSU took over in incredible fashion. Xavier Rathan-Mayes was able to somehow score 30 points in the final 4 minutes and 39 seconds of the second half.
At one point, Xavier netted 22 points in a row for the Seminoles. Unfortunately for FSU, the amazing performance was not enough and Miami won the game by a score of 81-77
UM beats FSU, 81-77, to move to 18-10, 8-7, despite 30 pts in final 4:39 of game by FSU's Xavier Rathan Mayes. Angel Rodriguez 25 points.
— Barry Jackson (@flasportsbuzz) February 26, 2015
FSU's Xavier Rathan-Mayes tonight, in a span of 3:35: - 8 for 8 FGs - 6 for 6 from 3 - 4 for 4 from the line 26 points. In 215 seconds.
— Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) February 26, 2015
Xavier is a freshman guard for the Seminoles who is currently averaging 13 points per game, but has turned it on as of late including a big shot down the stretch during a big win over Georgia Tech recently.
Here is the exact order in which it happened courtesy of ESPN: