Georgia State head coach Ron Hunter directs his players on the court during the first half of an NCAA tournament second round college basketball game against Baylor, Thursday, March 19, 2015, in Jacksonville, Fla. (Rick Wilson | The Associated Press)

Georgia State head coach Ron Hunter directs his players on the court during the first half of an NCAA tournament second round college basketball game against Baylor, Thursday, March 19, 2015, in Jacksonville, Fla. (Rick Wilson | The Associated Press)

Georgia St upsets Baylor

Georgia State coach Ron Hunter tore his Achilles tendon celebrating his team’s Sun Belt championship so he was coaching Thursday’s game from a rolling chair.

Of course he fell out of that chair when his son hit the game-winning shot in the final seconds.

After the Bears missed a free throw with 15 seconds to go, Hunter drained a deep trey with 2.6 seconds remaining to give the Panthers a wild win.

​Georgia State became the second No. 14 seed to win on Thursday, following UAB’s upset of Iowa State.

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