Miami’s Jordan Miller Becomes 2nd Player In NCAA Tournament History To Post A Perfect Shooting Night

Jordan Miller celebrates Miami's Elite Eight win over Texas.

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Miami booked its first ever ticket to the Final Four on Sunday with a thrilling win over Texas in the NCAA Tournament. That upset was largely fueled by the performance of star player Jordan Miller.

The guard led all scorers with 27 points in the Hurricanes’ 88-81 victory. More impressively, he went a perfect 20-20 from the floor.

In doing so, he became just the second player in the modern era to post a perfect shooting night in the Big Dance. Miller went 7-for-7 on his field goal attempts while also hitting each of his 13 free throws.

Four of those shots from the charity stripe iced the win for Miami, which capped off a historic night for both Miller and the program as a whole.

The college basketball world is now reacting to the performance on social media.

Miller obviously had an incredible night, and he’ll look to continue his hot streak in the Hurricanes’ next matchup. They’ll face off against UCONN in the Final Four.