The first shot here is perhaps one of the most famous ever. It is IU’s Keith Smart nailing a three at the last second to beat Syracuse and give Coach Knight his third title.
The six seed here is James Forrest hitting a game-winning three for Georgia Tech to beat USC.
Today’s matchups involve 3 vs 6 seeds. Slowly but surely, it’s getting more interesting.
The first matchup is Tyus Edney’s game-winning layup for UCLA to barely slip by Mizzou in the 1995 NCAA Tourney.
The next shot is Maryland’s Drew Nicholas sinking a three to beat UNC Wilmington in the first round of the 2003 NCAA Tourney.
This is also a 2 v 7 seed matchup.
The two seed here is US Reed’s game-winning halfcourt heave to give Arkansas the win against defending champs Louisville in 1981.
The seven seed here is Northwestern State’s shocking upset of 3-seed Iowa in the first round of the 2006 NCAA Tourney.
UPDATE: Reed moves on, by a vote of 2-1.
This next matchup features a two seed and a seven seed.
The two seed here is of The Coach’s Son. Bryce Drew hit the game-winning shot here to beat 3-seed Ole Miss in the first round of the 1998 NCAA Tourney.
The seven seed in this matchup is Danny Ainge going full court against Notre Dame to seal a BYU victory in 1981.
UPDATE: Bryce Drew moves on, by a vote of 2-1.
Our next matchup features Lorenzo Charles’ iconic buzzer beater to win the 1983 NCAA Tournament against Mike Miller’s 2000 buzzer beater vs. Butler.
(About :20 into the video)
UPDATE: In no surprise, Charles moves on by a vote of 6-0.
This first matchup is a 1 vs. 8 seed matchup.
The one seed is Christian Laettner’s famous shot vs UK in the 1992 NCAA Tournament, where Duke went on to win the National Title.
The next shot is from 2008. It features the 12-seeded Western Kentucky Hilltoppers upsetting the 5-seed Drake.
UPDATE: In a monumental upset, Rogers moves on by a vote of 4-2. Duke schadenfreude runs strong.
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