- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 24, 2014

LAS VEGAS (AP) - Milton Doyle scored the go-ahead basket to lead Loyola of Chicago in a 48-45 comeback victory over Boise State on Tuesday to win the Las Vegas Classic and the Ramblers’ sixth straight game.

Named the tournament MVP, Doyle scored a layup with 2:37 to play that put the Rambers up 46-45, then Donte Ingram added a layup. A 3-point try by Boise State’s Nick Duncan fell short with 2 seconds left.

Christian Thomas scored 14 for the Ramblers (10-2), who trailed 27-22 at halftime.

The Ramblers used a 13-6 run to take a 35-33 second-half lead on a layup by Thomas, then trailed by a basket with 4:14 to go

Loyola of chicago beat Texas Tech 62-44 to advance to the finals. It’s their first holiday tournament win since November, 2010.

James Webb III led the Broncos (10-3) with nine points.

Boise State beat Houston 75-73 to advance to the finals. The loss ends their six-game winning streak.

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