J.D. Wallace's layup put the Panthers up 66-64 to start overtime and Prairie View never trailed again. Wallace's dunk made it 74-71 with 12 seconds left, and after a timeout, Charles Jackson missed a 3-point attempt with a chance to tie.
Travon Harper's layup for Pine Bluff as time expired at the end of regulation tied it at 64 to force the extra session. Zachary Hamilton's layup with six seconds to go put Prairie View (11-16, 8-5 Southwestern Athletic) ahead 64-62. Before that, Harper's 3-point play tied it at 62 with 33 seconds remaining.
Troy Thompson scored 12 for the Panthers and Hamilton and Wallace each scored 11.
Harper led the Golden Lions (9-19, 9-5) with 22 points on 10-of-16 shooting and a team-high seven rebounds. Christian Robertson made all seven of his shot attempts for 14 points and Jackson scored 13.
Wilbon, Kornheiser call a basketball game for their alma maters
Michael Wilbon, who went to Northwestern, and Tony Kornheiser, who went to Binghamton, call a game that saw their alma maters faceoff.
LSU, Mississippi State enter top 16
The Ducks and Orange left Madison Square Garden out of the Power Rankings, which opened the door for two SEC teams to climb in.
No. 6 Nevada dominates Little Rock, 87-59
Caleb Martin scored 19 points, Jordan Caroline had 17 points and 12 rebounds, and No. 6 Nevada beat Little Rock 87-59 on Friday night.