The 2018 NCAA Tournament has certainly not seen any shortage of exciting finishes - including Jordan Poole's unreal buzzer-beater to send the Michigan Wolverines to the Sweet 16. There was also Donte Ingram's buzzer-beater to send Loyola-Chicago to the next round, beating the Miami Hurricanes.
In light of the madness, I joined host Cam Rogers on the Cam Rogers Show to break down the top 10 all-time buzzer-beaters in NCAA Tournament history.
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Here are the best NCAA Tournament buzzer beaters of all time:
#10: Maryland’s Drew Nicholas (2003)
#9: UCLA’s Tyus Edney (1995)
#8: UConn’s Tate George (1990)
#7: Georgia Tech’s James Forrest (1992)
#6: Valpo’s Bryce Drew (1998)
#5: Michigan’s Jordan Poole (2018)
#4: Duke’s Christian Laettner (1990)
#3: Duke’s Christian Laettner (1992)
#2: NC State’s Lorenzo Charles (1983)
#1: Villanova’s Kris Jenkins (2016)
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