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60. Butler bites Pitt

A year after Butler went to the Final Four in 2010, few expected a repeat appearance. But the magic resumed in the 2011 NCAA tournament. No. 8 Butler beat No. 1 Pitt in the Round of 32 with a brilliant little play call by Brad Stevens in the final seven seconds, or so it seemed: When Shelvin Mack committed one of the dumbest fouls of all time, Pitt had a chance to win at the free throw line. Gilbert Brown made the first and missed the second, and with 0.8 left on the clock, and the game tied at 70, Matt Howard grabbed the rebound and flung it to the other end … and was fouled by Pitt forward Nasir Robinson. Howard won the game, Robinson was devastated and the Bulldogs were well on their way to a second straight Final Four. -- Eamonn Brennan