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The Penn men's basketball team went 0-for-North Carolina as it fell to Davidson in a thrilling, see-saw overtime game, 84-81. The Quakers lost both games at the CoSIDA Classic at N.C. State November 17-18, falling to the host Wolfpack and then to Fordham. It appeared as if the Quakers would lose this one in regulation, as Penn was down 74-71 with time running out and point guard David Klatsky's three-point attempt was partially blocked. But a foul was called on the play, and Klatsky was awarded three free throws. He hit all three of them to send the Quakers to overtime. Penn went cold in overtime, allowing the Wildcats to jump out in front. Down 84-81 with time running out, guard Charlie Copp's three-point attempt was partially blocked and shooting guard Lamar Plummer found himself with the ball with only a few seconds left. Plummer heaved up a prayer as time ran out, but it hit the backboard and then the front of the rim before falling harmlessly to the side.

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