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11. Duke, 1992

The Blue Devils' 1991-92 season will always be remembered for Christian Laettner's miraculous and iconic buzzer-beater against Kentucky in the Elite Eight, and rightfully so. But don't let The Shot obscure the other highlights of a remarkable run to the title. For one thing Laettner had a season for the ages. As the featured scorer for a defending national champion, Mike Krzyzewski's star made 58 percent of his 2s and 56 percent of his 3s. Bobby Hurley and Grant Hill weren't too shabby either. Once Duke made its way past the Wildcats, Coach K's team parlayed a 21-3 second-half run into an 81-78 win against Calbert Cheaney and Indiana, before crushing Michigan's Fab Five (the freshman version) 71-51 in the title game. -- John Gasaway