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Cracking the NCAA Vault: The Gallimaufry

I don’t much know how to classify these games outside of saying they’re all really good. It’s a gallimaufry of games that didn’t fit any other category but that, in their own way, stood out. They comprise nailbiting finishes, comebacks that just fell short, stunning upsets, and long replay reviews. They’re just…they’re just really good.

Florida vs. Duke, 2000 Regional Semifinal

Billy Donovan’s Gators broke Duke’s grasp on the East Regional, using their uptempo style to wear down the Blue Devils and pull away late.

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Aught Lang Syne: The Buzzer Beaters of the Decade

Earlier, we counted down the Top 10 Games in college basketball over the last decade. But if you’re half the college basketball fan that I am, you know that list was surely lacking. Here, in no particular order, are the games that, while overall weren’t good enough to make that list, still provoke that ineffable joy of the fantastic finish. They are good games with great finishes. Enjoy and bookmark.

2005 Michigan State v. Kentucky


This was the third best regional final that year. Yeah.

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