In the 2019 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship game, with 22.5 seconds left in the second half, Texas Tech had Norense Odiase, a 62% free throw shooter, at the line for what CBS announcer Jim Nantz said was a 1-and-1.
For both the first and second free throws, Texas Tech had nobody on either side of the free throw lane. Here is a photo showing the second free throw attempt:
What is the strategy in the offensive team not putting any players on the free throw lane? Given that 62% is a bad free throw percentage, why not put players on the lane to try to get a potential offensive rebound?