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47. Carr scores 61

Wherever Austin Carr currently ranks in the pantheon of Notre Dame sporting icons, he deserves to be higher. Carr resuscitated an Irish hoops program that had slogged through the early years of the 1960s, and he made history in 1970, scoring an NCAA tournament single-game record 61 points against Ohio in the quarterfinals of the Mideast region. And as he liked to point out in later years, he did this well before the 3-point line was implemented in college basketball. Navy's David Robinson scored 50 points against Michigan in '87, but nobody has seriously threatened Carr's 61. And with the way scoring is currently trending in college basketball, it could be a while. -- Teddy Mitrosilis