Florida State defeated No. 6 Duke 79-78 in overtime on Tuesday night, giving the Seminoles a signature win for their NCAA Tournament résumé.

FSU led for most of the second half, but needed big plays from RayQuan Evans down the stretch in order to win this game.

First, at the end of regulation, Evans hit a high-off-the-glass layup over Paolo Banchero with less than two seconds remaining that tied the game. Here’s that clip:

Then, with FSU trailing by one point in the final minute, Evans got fouled and made two clutch free throws to take the lead. Duke’s Wendell Moore Jr. got the final shot for the Blue Devils, but it was blocked.

The rest is history, and Florida State’s crowd wasted no time before storming the floor. Here’s a clip of the game’s final seconds:


This moves Florida State to 5-2 in ACC play on the season. The Seminoles are in great shape for a potential NCAA Tournament run. They’re currently alone in second place in the conference standings.

However, that could change soon — Florida State travels to Miami on Saturday with first place on the line. The Seminoles beat Miami in Tallahassee earlier this month.

Tipoff is at 2:00 p.m. ET.