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23. Edney saves UCLA

I have a vivid memory of Tyus Edney's full-court, 4.8-second dash to save UCLA against Mizzou in the second round of the 1995 Western Regional. The key to the play was Edney's ability to catch the ball on the move. What I remember most about the play was Edney going behind his back and changing direction. It was like he was shot out of a cannon, yet he was able to come to a stop and finish without charging. The change from left to right allowed him to get back to his strong hand. The Bruins came into the NCAA tournament as a No. 1 seed and were seconds away from a disappointing end to the season. One special player making a special play allowed the Bruins to advance and ultimately win their first national championship in 20 years.
-- Seth Greenberg