Virginia-Auburn ends crazy with four other of wild games

Virginia Jubilant leaves the court after Final Four's dramatic win

Virginia Cavaliers left the court at US Bank Stadium after winning Auburn 63-62 in the NCAA Four Final on 6 April 2019 in Minneapolis.

Virginia Cavaliers left the court at US Bank Stadium after winning Auburn 63-62 in the NCAA Four Final on 6 April 2019 in Minneapolis.

In the first semifinal of the Final Four NCAA Tournament 2019 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, there was a controversial and never-ending conclusion.

Kyle Guy in Virginia in a three point shot with less than the other sent him to the line, where he drained the three free throws to give the Cavaliers a one-off victory, 63- 62.

Social media users had polarized views on whether it was dirty. The thing was sure that the game was a classic immediately.

With that in mind, there are other wild finishes that Final Final games, in any particular order:


Before he was a Air Jordan, Michael Jordan showed his clutch gene with the winning North Carolina shot against Georgetown.

The game is also remembered from the non-measurable pass from Georgetown to UNC in the final seconds.


The championship game is still remembered to this day.

The State of North Carolina was the story of Cinderella of that year which was a victory against Houston's second time shot turned into an alca cup. Highlights of the play and Wolfpack coach Jim Valvano are running into the court synonymous with final Four Final crazy.


Keith Smart met a shot that Syracuse fans were excited about in the national championship game until the NBA star of Orange led to his only national title 16 years later.

The Hoosiers celebrated their last national title.


B & # 39 No other Four game close to the end may end to the end of Virginia-Auburn than the thing happened in the national title game between Michigan and Seton Hall.

Overtime thriller, the Wolverines took the title from the free-to-air line after affecting Gerald Greene Seton Hall.

1993. T

North Carolina set aside the Fab Five.

A game that, to this day, produces social media users who give Chris Webber a hard time about the remaining time.

Webber called a timeout when there was nothing at Michigan, and confirmed the technical foul as a result of the Wolverines destiny against the Tar in the national title game.

2003. T

Another championship game for our list.

This affected Syracuse and the brand new dynamic combination of Carmelo Anthony and Gerry McNamara against Kansas Jayhawks merger with Nick Collison and Kirk Hinrich.

Syracuse's large lead was reduced in the second half, and KU had the opportunity to send the game to overtime.

But Hakim Warrick overtook Michael Lee's pointer and his national title was looking forward to Syracuse's coach, Jim Boeheim.

2008. T

The Memphis Tigers, the prestigious star, had the opportunity to set aside the free throw line, but Derrick Rose did not only convert one of two dirty shots, leaving the door open for Mario Chalmers to apply overtime with three pointers.

And Kansas put the game away in overtime.

2010. T

Almost a butler was going over the top with a mighty Duke for national titles with Gordon Beward, who made a buzzer attempt.

He did not fall, but produced the necessary requirement for this list: an exciting and exciting moment at the end of the Final Final.


It was a major prize, with North Carolina emerging strongly in the final minutes.

The Buoys attached it to three pointers and 4.7 seconds on the left.

Then Kris Jenkins hit the buzzer of the buzzers that year: draining a pointer for Villanova's national titles.

Sports reporter Jason registered a high school, college and pro-sport since he joined Bradenton Herald in 2010. He won Florida Press Club awards for a sports feature and column writing. Currently he writes college and pro sports stories for real-time East McClatchy Region team.


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