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temperatures drop off down into the middle we continue our coverage of tonight's national championship. a game where each second...down the very last deci-second...counted . w-l-o-v's andy lee joins us to explain why. that's right daniella, mississippi state hoped the second time would be the charm... a year ago, south carolina denied the bulldogs that elusive national championship... tonight, notre dame was the opponent... first ever meeting between the bulldogs and the fighting irish... let's go right to the 4th quarter... just over 2 to play.... bulldogs up 55-53... ro does it again... roshunda johnson hits a clutch 3 pointer to beat the shot-clock.... the bulldog fans at the hump and in columbus can taste that national championship.... notre dame looking for one more push... irish down 2 with less than a minute to go.... jackie young ties it at 58... vic schaefer calls time-out.... what would he draw up for the bulldogs??? they go down low to teaira mccowan.... mccowan gets a good look, but the shot is just a little too strong.... notre dame could play for the last shot.... marina mabrey throws it away.... morgan william looking to run.... marbry blocks william.....no call.... teaira mccowan called for a foul.....her 5th.... look at this again in slow motion..... clearly some contact between mabrey and william.... mccowan's foul actually prevents an easy lay-up for notre dame.... the irish get it with 3 seconds to play.... alike ogumbawale hits the game winning shot... ogumbawale also hit the game winner against uconn... the bulldogs lose a heartbreaker 61-58.... wlov sports director jim holder had a front-row seat for the action and joins us now live....jim... jim will recap game before tossing to post game soundbite vic schaefer: 'today's a great example of one more. you gotta make one more play, one more stop but that's life y'all. you don't let somebody one more you, you get the one more. but here's the deal, y'all, you're up 5 with 1:40 to go, something like that, it's my job to get those kids home. that's it. my philosophy is you're don't let somebody one more you, you get the one more. but here's the deal, y'all, you're up 5 with 1:40 to go, something like that, it's my job to get those kids home. that's it. my philosophy is you're up 4 down 4 with 4 to go, it's my job as a coach to get them home, and i didn't get them home today.' jim will wrap up from columbus and toss back to andy in studio thanks jim.... we'll check in with you againa little later in sports... daniella. of course, state fansall over are heart broken after tonight's loss to notre dame... w-l-o-v's daranesha herronwent to the watch party on state's campusand joins us after speaking with fans. daniellatonightsgame was such a rollercoaster . msu was winning for most of the game and the energy in the stadium was unbelievable.... butfans tell me watching those last couple of seconds was just heart breaking. i'm proud to be a bulldog ." "the hardest game to watch of mylife.i mean for the way the refs didn't see the plays.itcost us the ball game." "it's just a terriblefeeling.a disappointment.somebodysgoing to win somebody is going to lose but that doesn't change the fact that we are proud of them." "my heart justbreakfor those girls i know how much work they put in for this." "if i had that possession again i would do itover. tomake that shot is just crazy." win or lose it's clear msu womens basketball has made a positiveimpact on their community. "imnot proud of them because they made it thisfar.improud of them because of who theyare.thosewomen have given everything they can tosucceed." "we wouldn't have cared if they went only halftheway. theyare a great asset to the school." no matter what.... they are "i'm proud to be a mississippi state bulldog." "i'm proud to be a bulldog." "im proud to be a bulldog." all day ive been here speaking with fans and allof them have told me these girls are more thanbasketballbut they are leaders and a positive influence in their community. reporting in starkville daranesha herron wtva9news we've had great weather to end this