Fairleigh Dickinson’s last-gasp shot appeared to have been partially blocked, but Kaleb Bishop leapt for the putback and the Knights upset Northeast Conference leader Robert Morris 72-71

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February 15, 2020, 8:54 PM

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MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Fairleigh Dickinson’s last-gasp shot appeared to have been partially blocked, but Kaleb Bishop leapt for the putback and the Knights upset Northeast Conference leader Robert Morris 72-71 on Saturday.

Robert Morris, which had won six in a row, grabbed a 71-70 lead on a pair of free throws with 8.4 seconds on the clock. FDU’s Jahlil Jenkins drove into the paint but his stair-stepper was well short of the hoop as it

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