Buzzer beaters. Unfortunate timeouts. Cinderellas. The NCAA tournament is just around the corner. We want to know what you think is the most memorable moment in Tourney history. Tell us on Twitter, Facebook or in the comments below.
@yahoosports 1985 national championship game. Villanova wins! David beats Goliath!— Austin Petolillo (@AustinPetolillo) March 7, 2013
@yahoosports Christian Laettner buzzer beater against Kentucky best moment in college basketball history— Luke Hoffman(@lhoff526) March 7, 2013
Brett W.: the Michigan timeout fiasco...classic
Stuart N.: When Albany scared the daylights out of UConn.
Eman A.: Ucla vs gonzaga heartbreak city. The last we ever saw of morrison
Jolanda M.: IU!!! Steve Alford to Keith Smart for the WIN!!!
Scotty Thurman's rainbow 3 to seal the Razorbacks win in '94
2 number 15's beating 2 number 2's within a couple hours of each other
Jacob D. N.:
Jordan as a freshman hitting the game winner
For me its Chalmers' 3 to send it into OT in the '08 championship game. Rock Chalk!
Chris Webber calling imaginary time out
Greg H.: Keith Smart's buzzer-beater from the baseline... As a Syracuse alum, it's memorable for all the wrong reasons.
Richard D.: David Thompson blocking Bill Walton's shot to preserve North Carolina State's semifinal victory over UCLA in 1974
Marc S.: I could easily go with alma mater and say Michigan State cutting down the nets in 2000, with Mateen Cleaves hopping up and down with that huge smile on his face, but Bryce Drew's 3-point game winner for underdog Valpo stands out too
Jeffery M.: Rumeal Robinson sinking the free throws to lift Michigan past Seton Hall in 1989.
Joe M.: Christian Laettner's buzzer beater to beat Kentucky.