Down nine points with 2:12 left, Kansas came back after Memphis missed four of five free throws and Mario Chalmers hit a three-pointer in the final seconds to tie the game at 63. Kansas went on to win in overtime 75-68.
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Davidson over Georgetown
Tenth seeded Davidson trailed second seed Georgetown by 11 at intermission and by as many as 17 thereafter, but Stephen Curry had a second half for the ages, scoring 25 points and dishing out four key assists to send Davidson into the Sweet 16.
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Hampton over Iowa State
Hampton was down by as many as nine with seven minutes left in a 2001 contest, but the 15th-seed, coached by Steve Merfeld, went on a 14-2 run to topple second-seed Iowa State 58-57. It was the first tournament appearance for Hampton, which became the fourth 15th seed in NCAA history to advance.
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Louisville over West Virginia
Rick Pitino's Louisville squad overcame a 20-point deficit to defeat West Virginia 95-83 in overtime. Amazingly, the Mountaineer's made 18 three-pointers in the losing effort.
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Illinois over Arizona
Jawann McClellan sat dejected after the Illini, trailing by 15 with just four minutes to play, went on a 20-5 run behind Luther Head (4) and Deron Williams to top Arizona by one.
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Indiana over Duke
After chipping away at a deficit that was as big as 17, fifth-seeded Indiana toppled the defending national champion Blue Devils by one when Jason Williams, inset right, missed a key free throw. Indiana advanced to the Elite Eight for the first time since 1993.
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UCLA over Gonzaga
This was the game that inspired the infamous Adam Morrison crying-scene. Down by as many as 17 in the first half and nine with three minutes to go, the Bruins scored the last 11 points to squeak past Gonzaga.
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George Mason over UConn
After trailing by nine in the second half, coach Jim Larranaga's Patriots hit six straight three-pointers in the second half to take the Huskies into overtime. In the extra period, the Patriots hit 5-of-6, toppling UConn 86-84 and becoming the second 11th-seed team to reach the Final Four.
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Georgetown over North Carolina
No. 2 seed Georgetown overcame an 11-point second-half deficit, then ripped off 14 straight points in overtime to stun the top-seeded Tar Heels 96-84 for the Hoyas first Final Four trip since 1985.
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Kentucky over Duke
On the way to the national title, the Wildcats had to come from 17 points down with less than 12 minutes to play to win 86-84. They got a key three-pointer from walk-on senior Cameron Mills.
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UNLV over Iowa
After trailing by as many as 18, Jerry Tarkanian's UNLV Rebels went on a furious second-half comeback to defeat Iowa 84-81. Gary Graham sealed the win with a pair of free throws.
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Stanford over Rhode Island
Regional MVP Arthur Lee, right, celebrates after third-seeded Stanford capitalized on a pair of three-point plays as well as careless ballhandling and errant free throws in the game's final 59 seconds. The Cardinal came back from six down in the final minute to defeat eighth-seeded Rhode Island 79-77 in the Midwest Regional final and advance to the Final Four for the first time in five decades.
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