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1939-40 Season

(03-30-40) 1940 NCAA Tournament Championship - Indiana vs Kansas - Indiana, coached by Branch McCracken, won the national title with a 60-42 victory in the final game over Kansas, coached by Phog Allen. Marvin Huffman of Indiana was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. - no sound, all dead-ball situations are edited - added December, 2007

 

1941-42 Season

(01-24-42) Illinois vs Minnesota - Whiz Kids - silent b/w game film - included on 1942-58 Illinois basketball DVD, 9 minutes (Quality 8) - added June, 2011

 

1946-47 Season

(03-04-47) Indiana vs Marquette - Branch McCracken and the Hoosiers defeat Marquette by 24 points. - added December, 2007

 

1947-48 Season

(02/21/48) Wisconsin Badgers vs Iowa Hawkeyes - silent game film - added August, 2007

 

1948-49 Season

(01-29-49) Illinois vs Minnesota - Dick Eddelman - silent b/w game film - included on 1942-58 Illinois basketball DVD, 33 minutes (Quality 8) - added June, 2011

(02/19/49) Wisconsin Badgers vs Iowa Hawkeyes - silent game film - added August, 2007

 

1950-51 Season

(03-22-51) 1951 NCAA Tournament - Illinois vs N.C. State - silent b/w game film - included on 1942-58 Illinois basketball DVD, 33 minutes (Quality 8) - added June, 2011

 

1952-53 Season

(03-08-53) 1953 NCAA Tournament Final Four - Indiana vs LSU - Indiana beats LSU by 13 to advance to the championship game. - no sound - added December, 2007

(03-10-53) 1953 NCAA Tournament Championship - Indiana vs Kansas - Indiana, coached by Branch McCracken, won the national title with a 69-68 victory in the final game over Kansas, coached by Phog Allen. B.H. Horn of Kansas was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. - no sound - added December, 2007

 

1954-55 Season

(03-17-55) 1955 NCAA Tournament Final Four - San Francisco vs Oregon St. - Bill Russell leads his San Franciso team into the national championship game. - added December, 2007

 

1955-56 Season

(03-02-56) 1956 ACC Tournament Semi-Finals - UNC vs Wake Forest - Lenny Rosenbluth has a big game for UNC in a loss. - added December, 2007

 

1956-57 Season

(12-17-56) Illinois vs San Francisco - Illinois snaps USF 60 game winning streak - silent b/w game film - included on 1942-58 Illinois basketball DVD, 10 minutes (Quality 8) - added June, 2011

(03-23-57) 1957 NCAA Tournament Championship - UNC vs Kansas - 3 OTs - Carolina center Joe Quigg sank two free throws with six seconds remaining in the third overtime to tie the score and provide the decisive point against the Wilt Chamberlain-led Jayhawks. Although Lennie Rosenbluth was the unbeaten Tar Heels' leading scorer in 27 of their 32 contests, they won the NCAA final despite him fouling out with 1:45 remaining in regulation. - no sound - added December, 2007

 

1957-58 Season

(01-09-58) Seton Hall vs Cincinatti - Oscar Robertson set the Madison Square Garden scoring record of 56 points and outscored the entire Seton Hall team by himself. This game was considered Oscar’s "Coming Out’ party as it was his first time on the big stage of Madison Square Garden. - 22mins B/W silent game film - Part of Oscar Robinson game film DVD (Quality 8.5) - Added September, 2011

(03-04-58) 1958 NCAA Tournament Sweet sixteen - Kansas State vs Cincinatti - OT - Bob Boozer - This game was considered a classic. - 22mins B/W silent game film - Part of Oscar Robinson game film DVD (Quality 8.5) - Added September, 2011

(03-22-58) 1958 NCAA Tournament Championship - Kentucky vs Seattle - Kentucky, coached by Adolph Rupp, won the national title with a 84-72 victory in the final game over Seattle. Elgin Baylor of Seattle is named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. - added December, 2007

 

1958-59 Season

(01-26-59) Drake @ Cincinatti - 15 mins B/W silent game film - Part of Oscar Robinson game film DVD (Quality 8.5) - Added September, 2011

(03-09-59) St. Louis @ Cincinatti - 13 mins B/W silent game film - Part of Oscar Robinson game film DVD (Quality 8.5) - Added September, 2011

 

1959-60 Season

(12-30-59) Illinois vs Kentucky - #1 ranked Kentucky - silent b/w game film - included on 1942-58 Illinois basketball DVD, 33 minutes (Quality 8) - added June, 2011

(02-06-60) Houston @ Cincinatti - 11 mins B/W silent game film - Part of Oscar Robinson game film DVD (Quality 8.5) - Added September, 2011

(02-15-60) Ohio State @ Illinois - John Havlicek - Silent Game Film

(02-20-60) Cincinatti @ Houston - 9 mins B/W silent game film - Part of Oscar Robinson game film DVD (Quality 8.5) - Added September, 2011

(03-??-60) 1960 NCAA Tournament Championship - Ohio State vs California - @ Cow Palace - John Havlicek & Bobby Knight play for OSU. - Silent Game film - added June, 2009

 

1960-61 Season

1960 UNC vs Belmont Abbey Scrimmage - Al McGuire, Frank McGuire, full game, silent, b/w - (Quality 8.5) - Added December, 2008

(02-04-61) Duke vs UNC - Added May, 2009

(03-12-61) Kansas vs Missouri - Huge brawl between the bitter rivals erupts and spills into the stands. Fans get into the action as well. - black and white

(03-25-61) 1961 NCAA Tournament Championship - Ohio State vs Cincinatti - Cincinatti defeats Ohio State for the national title. Jerry Lucas of Ohio State is the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. John Havlicek & Bobby Knight also play for OSU. - Black and White silent game film (Quality 8.5)

 

1961-62 Season

(03-24-62) 1962 NCAA Tournament Championship - Ohio State vs Cincinatti - Cincinnati and Ohio State meet for the second straight year in the national title game with the same results. Jerry Lucas & John Havlicek star for Ohio State. - Black and White silent game film (Quality poor)

 

1962-63 Season

(03-23-63) 1963 NCAA Tournament Championship - Loyola U. Chicago vs Cincinatti - Loyola started four African-Americans and Cincinnati started three, the first time that a majority of African-Americans participated in the championship game. - 46mins B/W merger game film - audio provided by the Loyola announcer (Quality 8.5) - Added September, 2011

 

1964-65 Season

(12-30-64) Michigan vs Princeton - Bill Bradley - black and white footage from game. 5 minutes. MSG vault rebroadcast and is on Bill Bradley highlights. - Added September, 2011

(03-20-65) 1965 NCAA Tournament Championship - UCLA vs Michigan - @ Memorial Coliseum - UCLA's Gail Goodrich became the only guard to score more than 35 points in an NCAA final, erupting for 42 points on 12 of 22 field-goal shooting and 18 of 20 free-throw shooting. His free throws made and attempted remain championship game records. - Game Film / Radio audio merge, b/w film - audio for 1st half only - 2nd half silent - added June, 2009

 

1965-66 Season

(03-19-66) 1966 NCAA Tournament Championship - Texas Western 72 vs. Kentucky 65 - Texas Western (now UTEP) put an all-black starting five on the floor for the first time in an NCAA basketball championship and upset top-ranked and all-white Kentucky 72-65 in the NCAA final, helping to dismantle the prejudiced myth that black athletes couldn't play disciplined basketball. That Miners were led by coach Don Haskins and star players David Lattin and Bobby Joe Hill. Lattin set the tone early with a thunderous dunk, highlighting the strength of the Miners, while Hill's back to back steals showed their quickness. Other key players for the miners included Harry Flourney, Willie Cager, Willie Worsley and Nevil Shed. The Kentucky Wildcats featured Pat Riley (of future LA Lakers Coaching fame) and Louis Dampier (ABA record setting 3pt shot gunner). - B&W gamefilm includes audio commentary

 

1967-68 Season

(01-20-68) UCLA vs Houston - The Game of the Decade sees #2 Houston, lead by "The Big E" Elvin Hayes topple #1 UCLA, lead by the incomparable Lew Alcindor (later known as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar), 71-69 in a thriller that stops the Bruins 47 game winning streak! - 2nd Half only - Added October, 2008

(03-21-68) 1968 NCAA Tournament Final Four Highlights - 30 minutes of highlights from both games - Added October, 2008

(03-23-68) 1968 NCAA Tournament Final Four - UCLA vs Houston - 2nd Half only, color, silent (Quality 8.5) - Added May, 2011

(03-23-68) 1968 NCAA Tournament Championship - UCLA vs UNC - Lew Alcindor (soon to be Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) and John Wooden do it again! UCLA won the 1968 NCAA Championship, beating Dean Smith's North Carolina Tar Heels, 78-55. In the game, the Bruins were led by Lew Alcindor's 34 points as he was named the Outstanding Player of the Final Four for the second consecutive season. The UCLA-North Carolina meeting was the only time John Wooden and Dean Smith coached against each other. - black and white, pre game through first 16 minutes of game time in 1st Half

 

1968-69 Season

1969 LSU vs Auburn - Pete Maravich scores 54 points. (ORIGINAL RADIO BROADCAST) - added December, 2007

1969 LSU vs Vanderbilt - Pete Maravich stars for LSU. - silent, color game film

(03-15-69) 1969 NCAA Regional Semi-Final - Purdue vs Marquette - OT - Added May, 2009

(03-20-69) 1969 NCAA Tournament Final Four - UCLA vs Drake - Guard John Vallely, averaging a modest 10.2 points per game entering the Final Four, erupted for 29 points and the Bruins needed all of them. They had a nine-point lead with 70 seconds remaining dwindle to one before defeating Drake after the Bulldogs missed a go-ahead basket in the waning moments. UCLA star center Lew Alcindor scores 25 pts and grabbed 21 rebounds. - No sound - added December, 2007

(03-20-69) 1969 NCAA Tournament Final Four Highlights - 30 minutes of highlights from both games - Added October, 2008

(03-24-69) 1969 NCAA Tournament Championship - UCLA vs Purdue - Lew Alcindor (soon to be Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) closes out his collegiate career in picture book style by leading (37pts, 20reb) his UCLA Bruins to their third consecutive championship with 88-72 win over Rick Mount (28pts) lead Purdue - game film w/audio (Quality 9) - Added August, 2008

 

1969-70 Season

(12-23-69) LSU @ UCLA - Pete Maravich shoots 14-44 from the field and has 18 turnovers as Bruins set a school record for points scored. - silent, color game film

(01-24-70) LSU @ Kentucky - Pistol Pete scores 55 points in loss - silent, color game film

(02-18-70) Georgia @ LSU - Tigers beat the Bulldogs behind 37 points from Pete Maravich - silent, color game film

(03-21-70) 1970 NCAA Tournament Championship - UCLA vs Jacksonville - Sidney Wicks (17pts) lead UCLA captures it’s fourth straight NCAA Championship with fast breaking 80-69 win over Artis Gilmore (19pts) lead Jacksonville - game film merged with radio audio - Upgraded March, 2009

 

1970-71 Season

(03-13-71) 1971 NCAA Tournament Mideast Region 1st RD - Western Kentucky vs Jacksonville - @ Georgia Coliseum - NBC - added June, 2009

(03-18-71) 1971 NCAA Tournament Mideast Region Semi-Final - Western Kentucky vs Kentucky - @ Georgia Coliseum - WKU, long regarded as poor country cousins by Kentucky, whipped the Wildcats in their first-ever meeting when All-America Jim McDaniels poured in 35 points for the Hilltoppers. - TVSN

(03-25-71) 1971 NCAA Tournament Final Four - UCLA vs Kansas - @ Astrodome - Despite committing 24 turnovers, the Bruins` defense allows them to hang on led by Sidney Wicks' 21 points - Silent Gamefilm - added June, 2009

(03-25-71) 1971 NCAA Tournament Final Four Highlights - 30 minutes of highlights from both games - Added October, 2008

 

1972-73 Season

(02-23-73) South Western Louisiana - Lafayette vs Oral Roberts - Original broadcast in color (Quality 8) - March, 2011

(03-26-73) 1973 NCAA Tournament Championship - UCLA vs Memphis State - UCLA's Bill Walton, aided by Greg Lee's 14 assists, erupted for a title game-record 44 points. Bill Walton, the only player to have as many as 20 field goals in an NCAA final, hit all but one of 22 shots from the floor and scored 44 pts in what is considered the final individual performance ever in a men's NCAA Championship game. - NBC - Added May, 2009

 

1973-74 Season

(12-29-73) Marquette vs Wisconsin - original game film - silent - Readded March, 2011

(??-??-74) Notre Dame vs Marquette - original color gm film silent - Added March, 2011

(03-09-74) 1974 ACC Championship - NC St vs Maryland - OT - David Thompson scores 29 pts - Added August, 2008

(03-16-74) 1974 NCAA Tournament MidEast Final - Michigan vs Marquette - original color gm film silent - Added March, 2011

(03-23-74) 1974 NCAA Tournament Final Four - North Carolina St vs UCLA - 2 OT - David Thompson and Bill Walton - The final in N.C. State's home state at Greensboro was anticlimactic after the Wolfpack avenged an 18-point loss to UCLA earlier in the season on a neutral court by ending the Bruins' 38-game playoff winning streak. N.C. State erased an 11-point deficit midway through the second half and a seven-point deficit in the second extra session behind David Thompson's 28 points and 10 rebounds to halt UCLA's string of seven consecutive NCAA championships. - Added August, 2008

(03-25-74) 1974 NCAA Tournament Championship - NC State vs Marquette - original color gm film silent

 

1974-75 Season

1975 Illinois @ Indiana - In Bob Knight's 100th game as Indiana's head coach Hoosiers run away from Illinois in the 2nd half to win - Added March, 2009

(03-22-75) 1975 NCAA Tournament Mideast Region Final - Kentucky vs Indiana - Indiana, undefeated entering the tourney (29-0), lost against Kentucky despite center Kent Benson's 33 points and tourney-high 23 rebounds. UK prevailed despite 6-of-19 field-goal shooting by leading scorer Kevin Grevey. UK guards Jimmy Dan Conner and Mike Flynn combined to outscore Indiana counterparts Quinn Buckner and Bobby Wilkerson, 39-22. - added November, 2008

(03-29-75) 1975 NCAA Tournament Final Four - UCLA vs Louisville - OT - Richard Washington hit a jumper in the final seconds to send UCLA to the Championship Game - Three Louisville regulars shooting better than 50 percent from the floor for the season (swingman Junior Bridgeman, center Ricky Gallon and guard Phillip Bond) combined to hit 25 percent (6 of 24). Adding insult to injury for the Cardinals was reserve guard Terry Howard missing the front end of a one-and-one free-throw opportunity in the closing seconds of overtime after he converted all 28 of his previous foul shots that season. COLOR FILM / UK AUDIO Merger - Added June, 2009

(03-31-75) 1975 NCAA Tournament Championship - UCLA vs Kentucky - John Wooden's final game ends with yet another Championship as Richard Washington's 28pts & David Meyer's 24pts lead UCLA to thrilling 92-85 over Kentucky despite Kevin Grevey's (34pts) best effort - added March, 2007

 

1975-76 Season

1975 Marquette vs Russia - Marquette downs the Russians in a Exhibition game - Silent, b/w game film (Quality 8) - Added December, 2008

(03-13-76) 1976 NCAA Tournament Midwest 1st RD - Notre Dame vs Cincinnati - Wild finish as Toby Knight tips in rebound at the buzzer - Added June, 2009

(03-20-76) 1976 NCAA Tournament Mideast Region Final - Indiana vs Marquette - added August, 2008

(03-27-76) 1976 NCAA Final Four - Michigan vs Rutgers - Added May, 2009

(03-29-76) 1976 NCAA Tournament Championship - #1 Indiana vs Michigan - Trailing by six points at intermission and playing without Bob Wilkerson after the starting guard sustained a concussion early in the game, the Hoosiers shot 60 percent from the floor in the second half to come from behind and earn recognition as the nation's last undefeated team. Scott May, Kent Benson and Quinn Buckner collaborated for 36 of IU's first 38 second-half points. (A)

 

1976-77 Season

(02-16-77) Marquette vs Detroit - Vitale vs. McGuire - Detroit shocks mighty Marquette on game winner as time expires. Coach Vitale does a little disco dancing on court in celebration as students rush the court. - Original broadcast and includes post game interviews with players and coaches (Quality 7.5) - Added March, 2011

(03-26-77) 1977 NCAA Tournament Final Four - Marquette vs UNC Charlotte - Tip in of a controversial shot at the buzzer defeats upstart UNC-Charlotte @ Omni Coliseum - ESPN Classic rebroadcast - Added June, 2009

(03-28-77) 1977 NCAA Tournament Championship - Marquette (67) vs North Carolina (59) - Tears of joy flowed for coach Al McGuire when Marquette won the championship in his farewell. McGuire, leaving the bench before the game was even over with tears running down his cheeks, pulled away from a hug by long-time assistant Hank Raymonds and made his way to the silence of the locker room. "I want to be alone," McGuire said. "I'm not afraid to cry. All I could think about at the end was - why me? After all the jocks and socks. All the odors in the locker room. All the fights in the gyms. Just the wildness of it all. And to have it end like this ..."

 

1977-78 Season

(03-04-78) Kentucky vs UNLV - added November, 2008

(03-11-78) 1978 NCAA Tournament Mideast Region 1st RD - Kentucky vs Florida St - added November, 2008

(03-16-78) 1978 NCAA Tournament Mideast Region Semi-Final - Kentucky vs Miami (OH) - added November, 2008

(03-18-78) 1978 NCAA Tournament Mideast Region Final - Kentucky vs Michigan St - Kyle Macy scored 18 points as No. 1 Kentucky advances to the Final Four seeking their first national championship since 1958 - added February, 2008

(03-25-78) 1978 NCAA Tournament Final Four - Kentucky vs Arkansas - Jack Givens 23 points leads Wildcats over Sidney Moncrief and the Razorbacks and into national championship game - added November, 2008

(03-27-78) 1978 NCAA Tournament Championship - Kentucky vs Duke - Jack Givens sank 18 of 27 field-goal attempts against upstart Duke's zone defense and scored Kentucky's last 16 points of the first half en route to a 41-point performance. - added October, 2007

 

1978-79 Season

1979 UCLA vs Depaul - Added August, 2008

(01-17-79) UNC vs NC St - Very entertaining game with an amazing finish. This game will forever be known as "The Dudley Bradley Game". - added December, 2007

(02-03-79) Indiana State vs Tulsa - Larry Bird scores 22 pts

(02-06-79) Indiana State vs Drake - Larry Bird scores 33 points. - added December, 2007

(02-24-79) Indiana State vs Witchita St - Larry Bird scores 49 points and has 19 rebounds. - readded December, 2007

(02-24-79) Duke vs UNC - Stall game - Added May, 2009

(03-01-79) 1979 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament 2nd RD - Indiana State vs Southern Illinois - Larry Bird scores 20 pts - added December, 2007

(03-03-79) Duke vs UNC - Added May, 2009

(03-11-79) 1979 NCAA Tournament Midwest Region 2nd RD - Indiana State vs Virginia Tech - Larry Bird scores 22 pts - added December, 2007

(03-15-79) 1979 NCAA Tournament Midwest Region Semi-Final - Indiana State vs Oklahoma - Larry Bird scores 29 pts - added December, 2007

(03-17-79) 1979 NCAA Tournament Midwest Region Final - Indiana State vs Arkansas - Larry Bird vs Sidney Moncreif - Bird scores 31 pts - Indiana State became the only school to reach the Final Four in its one and only NCAA Tournament appearance when the Sycamores' Bob Heaton shifted the ball from his normal right hand to his left for a short shot that bounced twice on the rim before going down. - added March, 2007

(03-18-79) 1979 NCAA Tournament Mideast Region Final - (#1) Notre Dame vs (#2) Michigan State - Magic Johnson - (Quality 7) added March, 2007

(03-22-79) 1979 NCAA Tournament Final Four - Indiana State vs Depaul - Great game - Larry Bird 35 pts on 16 for 19 shooting Amazing

(03-24-79) 1979 NCAA Tournament Championship - Indiana State vs Michigan State - Magic Johnson & Michigan State against Larry Bird and Indiana State in most famous college match ever! Michigan State, coached by Jud Heathcote, won the national title with a 75-64 victory in the final game over Indiana State, coached by Bill Hodges. Indiana State came into the game without a loss all season, but couldn't win their final game. Magic Johnson of Michigan State was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. The final game marked the beginning of the rivalry between future Hall of Famers Johnson and Larry Bird. To this day, it remains the highest-rated game in the history of televised college basketball. Both Magic and Bird would enter the NBA in the fall of 1979, and the rivalry between them and their teams (respectively, the Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics) was a major factor in the league's renaissance in the 1980s and 1990s. The game also led to the "modern era" of college basketball, as it introduced a nationwide audience to a sport that was once relegated to second-class status in the sports world. (Quality 9)

(???????) 1979 Pizza Hut All-Star Classic - East vs West - @ Las Vegas Convention Center - (Larry Bird!!!!)

 

1979-80 Season

1979-80 Depaul @ Notre Dame - 2 OT - Orlando Woolridge makes 2 free throws with 19 seconds left to beat 25-0 and #1 ranked DePaul. Quality good. @ Athletic and Convocation Center - Metro Communications - Added June, 2009

(03-01-80) 1980 ACC Tournament Final - Maryland vs Duke - added March, 2009

(03-24-80) 1980 NCAA Tournament Championship - UCLA vs Louisville - Led by MOP Darrell Griffin's 23 points the Cardinals overcome a halftime deficit to win Denny Crum's first National Championship - added March, 2007

 

1980-81 Season

1981 Illinois vs Indiana - Isiah Thomas and Landon Turner - added March, 2009

(03-07-81) 1981 ACC Tournament Final - Maryland vs North Carolina - added March, 2009

(03-14-81) 1981 NCAA Tournament Mideast Region 2nd RD - Indiana vs Maryland - added August, 2008

(03-28-81) 1981 NCAA Tournament Final Four - (#3) Indiana vs (#1) LSU - added August, 2008

(03-30-81) 1981 NCAA Tournament Championship - Indiana 63 vs North Carolina 50 - Isiah Thomas leads Hoosiers to title over James Worthy, Sam Perkins and Tarheels.

 

1981-82 Season

(11-28-81) Kansas vs UNC - Jordan’s first college game and he would go for 12 pts - ESPN Classic, A Quality

(12-19-81) North Carolina vs Rutgers - Jordan's first visit to Madison Square Garden - Michael Jordan, Sam Perkins & Matt Doherty each score 15 points. - added December, 2007

(12-26-81) North Carolina vs Kentucky - Jordan 19 pts - Original (Quality 9)

(01-09-82) North Carolina vs Virginia - Ralph Sampson vs. Jordan, Perkins, and Worthy in battle of #1 ranked team vs #2 ranked team. Michael Jordan scores 16 points. (Quality 9) - added December, 2007

(01-13-82) North Carolina vs NC State - Michael Jordan leads UNC with 20 points. Sam Perkins adds 13. - added December, 2007

(01-16-82) North Carolina vs Duke - Michael Jordan scores 19 points. - added October, 2007

(01-18-82) North Carolina vs Maryland - added October, 2007

(01-21-82) North Carolina vs Wake Forest - Michael Jordan scores 6 points. - added October, 2007

(01-30-82) North Carolina vs NC State - James Worthy & Sam Perkins lead UNC past NC State. Michael Jordan scores a career low 2 points. - added December, 2007

(01-30-82) Wisconsin @ Purdue - Added May, 2010

(02-03-82) North Carolina vs Virginia - added October, 2007

(02-06-82) North Carolina vs Citadel - Michael Jordan scores 8 points. Sam Perkins adds 18. - added December, 2007

(02-11-82) North Carolina vs Maryland - Michael Jordan scores 12 pts. - added December, 2007

(02-14-82) North Carolina vs Georgia - (D. Wilkins vs. Jordan!) - ESPN Classic

(02-17-82) North Carolina vs Wake Forest - James Worthy leads UNC with 23 points. Sam Perkins scores 17 points & Michael Jordan adds 13 points. - added December, 2007

(02-20-82) North Carolina vs Clemson - Michael Jordan scores 11 pts. - added December, 2007

(02-27-82) North Carolina vs Duke - Michael Jordan scores 11 pts. - added December, 2007

(03-05-82) 1982 ACC Tournament 1st RD - North Carolina vs Georgia Tech - Michael Jordan scores 18 points. - added October, 2007

(03-??-82) 1982 ACC Championship - North Carolina vs Virginia - Original NBC broadcast. Includes halftime and commercials (Quality 8.5) - added May, 2011

(03-13-82) 1982 NCAA Tournament East Regional 1st RD - UNC vs James Madison - Sam Perkins scores 17 points. James Worthy scores 15 points. Michael Jordan scores 6 points. - added October, 2007

(03-19-82) 1982 NCAA Tournament East Regional Semi-Final - UNC vs Alabama - Jordan 11pts. Sam Perkins scores 15 points. James Worth scores 16 points. - Original (Quality 7.5)

(03-21-82) 1982 NCAA Tournament East Regional Final - UNC vs Villanova - Michael Jordan scores 15 points and Pinckney 18 for Cats - added October, 2007

(03-27-82) 1982 NCAA Tournament Final Four - UNC vs Houston Cougars - Freshman Michael Jordan (18 pts), James Worthy, Sam Perkins, and the Tarheels face sophomore Akeem Olajuwon, junior Clyde Drexler and the rest of Phi Slama Jama. Original and includes commercials and post-game interviews (Quality 9)

(03-29-82) 1982 NCAA Tournament Championship - UNC vs Georgetown - An almost unknown freshman by the name of Michael Jordan made one of the most famous plays in North Carolina basketball history, sinking a baseline jumper with time running down that eventually gave the Tar Heels the national championship over Georgetown. After Jordan's shot the Hoyas had a chance to take the lead, but Sleepy Floyd threw the ball away to North Carolina's James Worthy with only seconds remaining. (Quality 9)

 

1982-83 Season

(11-20-82) North Carolina vs St. Johns - Michael Jordan scores 25 points - added December, 2007

(12-04-82) North Carolina vs LSU - added October, 2007

(12-17-82) North Carolina vs Tulsa - Jordan 28 pts (Quality 7) - added October, 2007

(12-29-82) North Carolina vs Oklahoma - added October, 2007

(12-30-82) North Carolina vs Missouri (Rainbow Classic) - Michael Jordan scores 19 points - added December, 2007

(01-12-83) North Carolina vs Maryland - Braddock Winner! - Jordan/Perkins block at end - Michael Jordan scores 17 points - added October, 2007

(01-15-83) North Carolina vs Virginia - Michael Jordan scores 16 points - added December, 2007

(01-22-83) North Carolina vs Duke - Michael Jordan scores 32 points. - added October, 2007

(01-29-83) North Carolina vs Georgia Tech - Michael Jordan scores 39 points. (Quality 8.5) - added October, 2007

(02-02-83) North Carolina @ Clemson - Sam Perkins 30 pts, Jordan 24 pts - ESPN Classic

(02-03-83) Wisconsin @ Indiana - added June, 2009

(02-09-83) Wisconsin vs Ohio St - added August, 2007

(02-10-83) Virginia @ North Carolina - Another battle for #1 between the #1 UNC Tarheels and the #2 Virginia Cavs - Jordan scores 16 pts and forces game winning steal that he finishes with a dunk. Ralph Sampson scores 15 for Virginia. - From CSTV (Quality 9)

(02-13-83) North Carolina vs Villanova - Michael Jordan scores 20 points - added December, 2007

(02-16-83) North Carolina vs Maryland - Michael Jordan scores 25 points - added December, 2007

(03-05-83) North Carolina vs Duke - Michael Jordan scores 32 points. - added October, 2007

(03-12-83) 1983 ACC Tournament RD 2 - North Carolina vs North Carolina St. - Jordan 13 pts - ESPN Classic (Quality 9)

(03-19-83) 1983 NCAA Tournament East Regional 2nd RD - North Carolina vs James Madison - Michael Jordan scores 16 points - added December, 2007

(03-25-83) 1983 NCAA Tournament East Regional Semi-Final - North Carolina vs Ohio St - Michael Jordan scores 17 points - added December, 2007

(03-27-83) 1983 NCAA Tournament East Regional Final - Georgia vs North Carolina - Georgia upsets #2 North Carolina after upsetting #1 ranked St. Johns - Jordan 26 pts - Original (Quality 8.5)

(04-02-83) 1983 NCAA Tournament Final Four - Houston vs Lousville - added March 2007

(04-04-83) 1983 NCAA Tournament Championship - N.C. State 54 vs. Houston 52 - Jim Valvano engineers perhaps the one of the greatest upset in Finals history over Akeem Olajuwon, Clyde Drexler and the rest of Phi Slama Jama as the Wolfpack’s Lorenzo Charles dunk off an airballed shot at the buzzer clinches the title for N.C. State

 

1983-84 Season

(11-26-83) North Carolina vs Missouri - Michael Jordan scores 13 points - added December, 2007

(12-17-83) North Carolina vs Tulsa - Michael Jordan scores 18 points and Sam Perkins adds 15 - added December, 2007

(01-05-84) North Carolina vs Boston University - Michael Jordan scores 10 points - added December, 2007

(01-12-84) Maryland vs North Carolina - Jordan dunk at end - added March, 2008

(01-14-84) North Carolina vs Wake Forest - Michael Jordan scores 15 points - added December, 2007

(01-18-84) North Carolina vs Virginia - MJ 23 pts - ESPN Classic

(01-25-84) North Carolina vs Wake Forest - Michael Jordan scores 21 points. - added October, 2007

(01-28-84) North Carolina vs Georgia Tech - Michael Jordan scores 21 points - (Quality 9) - added October, 2007

(01-29-84) North Carolina vs LSU - Michael Jordan scores 29 points & shoves a player after a hard foul on teammate Kenny Smith. - added October, 2007

(02-01-84) North Carolina vs Clemson - Michael Jordan scores 19 points - added December, 2007

(02-12-84) North Carolina vs Arkansas - Michael Jordan leads all scorers with 21 points. Sam Perkins adds 17 for UNC. - readded March, 2007

(02-18-84) NC State 71 vs. (#1) UNC 95 - (MJ 32, Spud Webb plays for N.C. State)

(02-19-84) North Carolina vs Maryland - Michael Jordan scores 25 points. - (Quality 8.5) - added October, 2007

(02-26-84) North Carolina @ Clemson - Jordan 22 pts - Original (Quality 8)

(03-03-84) Duke @ North Carolina - double OT - Michael Jordan, Sam Perkins, Brad Daugherty and Kenny Smith vs. Johnny Dawkins, Tommy Amaker and Jay Bilas in a classic! 'Heels finally prevail in double overtime to become the first team to go unbeaten in ACC play in 10 years - Michael Jordan & Sam Perkins score 25 apiece. - Original - from Jefferson Pilot Network which was a local North Carolina network - Includes commercials and halftime (Quality 9)

(03-09-84) 1984 ACC Tournament 1st RD - North Carolina vs Clemson - Jordan 19 pts - added December, 2007

(03-10-84) 1984 ACC Tournament Semifinals - UNC @ Duke - Jordan 22 pts - ESPN Classic (Quality 8.5)

(03-11-84) 1984 ACC Tournament Final - Maryland vs Duke - Len Bias and Johnny Dawkins - Added August, 2008

(03-17-84) 1984 NCAA Tournament East Regional 2nd RD - North Carolina vs Temple - Michael Jordan scores 27 points. - added October, 2007

(03-22-84) 1984 NCAA Tournament East Regional Final - Indiana vs North Carolina - Jordan’s last college game - Steve Alford (27 pts) leads Hoosiers to upset of Jordan’s Tarheels - Sam Perkins leads UNC with 26 points. Michael Jordan scores 13 points in his last collegiate game - Original with post-game interviews (Quality 8)

(03-24-84) 1984 NCAA Tournament Mideast Regional Final - Illinois vs Kentucky - Traveling Call Game - Added March, 2009

(04-02-84) 1984 NCAA Tournament Championship - Georgetown vs Houston - CBS/complete game/good quality - Classic "Dominant Center's" confrontation between Georgetown's Pat Ewing and Houston's Akeem Olajuwon for the Championship. Ewing leads the Hoyas to 84-75 title in a great game.

 

1984-85 Season

1985 Notre Dame vs Duke - added March 2007

(02-23-85) Indiana vs Purdue - Purdue University Men's basketball team defeated Indiana at Bloomington 72-63 in a game made historic when Indiana head coach Bobby Knight hurled a plastic chair across the floor in protest of a referee's call. - added December, 2007

(04-01-85) 1985 NCAA Tournament Championship - Georgetown vs Villanova - CBS/complete game/good quality - Villanova pulls off greatest title game upset ever in beating Ewing lead Georgetown (04-01-85)

 

1985-86 Season

(01-18-86) UNC vs Duke - added August, 2008

(02-20-86) UNC vs Maryland - (OT) - Len Bias - added May, 2009

(03-13-86) 1986 NCAA Tournament 1st Rd - Purdue vs LSU - 2 OT - includes road to final four post game show (game JIP 2nd half, includes road to final four post game) (B)

(03-31-86) 1986 NCAA Tournament Championship - Duke vs Louisville - added June, 2009

 

1986-87 Season

1987 Indiana @ Wisconsin - 3 OTs - added November, 2007

(03-14-87) 1987 NCAA Tournament 2nd RD - Indiana vs Auburn - added August, 2008

(03-20-87) 1987 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - Indiana vs Duke - added August, 2008

(03-22-87) 1987 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - Indiana vs LSU - added July, 2009

(03-28-87) 1987 NCAA Tournament Final Four - Indiana vs UNLV - added August, 2008

(03-28-87) 1987 NCAA Tournament Final Four - Syracuse vs Providence - SYR: Monroe - 17 pts; Seikaly - 16 pts; Coleman - 12 pts, 12 rebs; Triche - 12 pts, 11 rebs; Douglas - 12 pts, 11 rebs, 6 assts; PROV: C. Screen - 18 pts; B. Donovan - 8 pts, 7 assts - Brent Musberger, Billy Packer - added May, 2009

(03-30-87) 1987 NCAA Tournament Championship - Indiana vs Syracuse - Junior college recruit Keith Smart, a guard who was Indiana's fifth-leading scorer for the season, tallied 12 of the Hoosiers' last 15 points, including a 15-foot jumper from the left baseline with five seconds remaining.

(06-28-87) UCLA vs North Carolina (ALUMNI GAME) - Players include: Michael Jordan & Reggie Miller, along with other greats from these two powerhouses. Legendary coaches Dean Smith & John Wooden coach their respective teams. - added December, 2007

 

1987-88 Season

1988 Michigan State vs Wisconsin - 2 Ots

(11-21-87) Syracuse vs UNC - OT - SYR: Seikaly 23 pts; UNC: P. Chilcutt miracle shot sends game into OT; #1 vs. #3 - Tip-Off Classic - John Saunders, Dick Vitale - ESPN Classic, Highly condensed Hall-of-Fame Classic "Drive-Thru's", which chops a lot of the game out, so you only get about 60% of game footage - added May, 2008

(01-14-88) Wisconsin @ Indiana - added June, 2009

(01-21-88) UNC vs Duke - added August, 2008

(04-04-88) 1988 NCAA Tournament Championship - Oklahoma vs Kansas - The two Big Eight Conference members were deadlocked, 50-50, at intermission in the highest-scoring first half in title game history. The Jayhawks' Danny Manning poured in 31 points.

 

1988-89 Season

1989 LSU vs Kentucky - Added June, 2009

(01-28-89) LSU vs Georgetown - Added June, 2009

(02-11-89) #8 Iowa @ Wisconsin - Wisconsin pulls the upset - Added October, 2008

(02-18-89) Illinois @ Wisconsin - Added March, 2009

(02-25-89) UNLV @ LSU - LSU upsets the great UNLV with a last second 3 pointer after Greg Anthony makes only one of two free throws that would have created OT at the least. Great last minute of very good game. - (quality 8) - Added May, 2011

(03-11-89) #4 Illinois vs #8 Michigan - Keith Jackson on the call (quality 8.5) - Added May, 2011

(03-19-89) Wisconsin @ Indiana - added June, 2009

(03-22-89) 1989 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - Duke vs Kentucky - Added August, 2008

(03-26-89) 1988 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - Duke vs Georgetown - added June, 2009

(03-26-89) 1989 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - Syracuse vs Illinois - SYR: Owens - 22 pts, 8 rebs; Coleman - 17 pts, 10 rebs; Thompson - 17 pts, Douglas - 15 pts; ILL: N. Anderson - 24 pts, 16 rebs; K. Gill - 18 pts, 8 rebs; K. Battle - 28 pts; Illinois's 1st Final Four since 1952 - Verne Lundquist, Tom Heinsohn - added May, 2009

(04-01-89) 1989 NCAA Final Four - Michigan vs Illinois - Added May, 2009

(04-03-89) 1989 NCAA Tournament Championship - Seton Hall vs Michigan - Former street urchin Rumeal Robinson sank two pressure free throws with three seconds remaining in overtime to give the win to Michigan, which was guided by interim coach Steve Fisher. - original broadcast (Quality 8) - added June, 2009

(04-03-89) 1989 NCAA Tournament Championship - Seton Hall vs Michigan - rebroadcast from Big Ten Network's greatest games (Quality 9) - added June, 2009

 

1989-90 Season

1990 LSU vs Illinois - Shaq - Added March, 2009

(11-15-89) UNLV vs LMU - Added May, 2011

(12-09-89) Duke vs Michigan - (OT) - Duke gets a tip-in at the buzzer off wild Hurley shot to send game into OT - (quality 9) - Added May, 2011

(01-02-90) LSU vs Texas - High scoring game that would end up 124-113 - game included Chris Jackson, Shaq, T. Mayes

(01-28-90) UNLV 105 vs. LSU 107 - JIP LSU 5-4: LSU featuring Chris Jackson and Shaq defeat eventual champs

(02-03-90) Loyola Marymount 141 vs. LSU 148 - JIP 4 ½ min., LSU 11-8: LSU featuring Chris Jackson and Shaq vs. Bo Kimble and Hank Gathers and Loyola - Very good OT game that was back and forth and very high scoring between these 2 potent offenses - Shaq would have 21 pts 12 blocks, Bo Kimble 32 pts, Hank Gathers 42 pts (Quality 8.5)

(03-17-90) 1990 NCAA Tournament 2nd RD - LSU vs Georgia Tech - Chris Jackson, Shaq vs Scott - Original//Full//9-10

(03-18-90) 1990 NCAA Tournament 2nd RD - (11) Loyola Marymount vs (4) Michigan - The record for most three-point field goals in a playoff game was set by Loyola Marymount senior guard Jeff Fryer with 11. Fryer (41) and Bo Kimble (37) became the only set of teammates to score more than 35 points in the same tourney game when they combined for 78 vs. Michigan in the highest-scoring game in NCAA playoff history. - full game (quality 8) - Upgraded May, 2011

(03-23-90) 1990 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - (1) Michigan St vs (4) Georgia Tech - OT - added May, 2009

(03-24-90) 1990 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - (3) Duke vs (1) UCONN - OT - Two days after UConn escaped Clemson on a controversial last-second shot, Duke turns the tables on the Huskies when Christian Laettner inbounded the ball with 2.6 seconds remaining, received a return pass and sank a leaning jumper from the left side at the buzzer. - added May, 2009

(03-25-90) 1990 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - UNLV 131 vs. Loyola Marymount 101 - Loyola’s dream season ends with loss to eventual champ UNLV. Bo Kimbel goes 40+ pts in great effort to keep his team in game, but can't keep up to UNLV's Hunt who breaks out of a scoring slump. - Includes pregame, postgame (w/ interview with Bo Kimbel), and halftime (Quality 8) - Upgraded May, 2011

(03-31-90) 1990 NCAA Tournament Final Four - UNLV vs Georgia Tech - added August, 2008

(04-02-90) 1990 NCAA Tournament Championship - UNLV vs Duke - added August, 2008

 

1990-91 Season

(02-17-91) #2 Arizona @ #14 LSU - Shaq leads LSU to upset win over Brian Williams and Chris Mills - added August, 2007

(03-30-91) 1991 NCAA Tournament Final 4 - (2) Duke vs (1) UNLV - Duke stops UNLV's incredible 45 game winning streak and goes on to take National Championship. Christian Laettner scored 28 points for the Blue Devils. - added November, 2007

(04-01-91) 1991 NCAA Tournament Championship - (2) Duke vs (3) Kansas - added May, 2009

 

1991-92 Season

(12-14-91) Duke @ Michigan - OT - Early season clash of these 2 powerhouse teams - Chris Webber fouls Bobby Hurley shooting a 3 pointer with 40 seconds to go and Duke down 3. Hurley would make all 3 free throws. Webber would then turn over the inbounce pass, but Duke would miss a golden oppurtunity forcing OT - Players in game included Grant Hill, Christian Laettner, Hurley, Webber, Juwan Howard, Jalen Rose, etc. - Includes comm, pregame, and half - halftime has interview with Desmond Howard from the Downtown Athletic Club right before he wins the Heisman throphy - added December, 2007

(01-11-92) Indiana @ Wisconsin - added June, 2009

(02-19-92) LSU at South Carolina - ESPN - Shaq has monster game despite being sick. (B+) (02-19-92)

(03-12-92) Wisconsin @ Indiana - added June, 2009

(03-21-92) 1992 NCAA Tournament 2nd RD - LSU vs Indiana - Shaq scores 36 pts. (Quality 8.5)

(03-29-92) 1992 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - Ohio St vs Michigan - added August, 2008

(03-29-92) 1992 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - Duke vs Kentucky - A game that is highly considered as the greatest college basketball game ever played. The Duke Blue Devils and Kentucky Wildcats met in Philadelphia to decide the final spot in the Final Four. The game didn't disappoint, as both teams fought for, gained and lost leads during the course of the game. The only low point of the game came when Duke forward Christian Laettner intentionally kicked a Kentucky player while he was laying on the floor. Laettner got a whistle for a technical foul. Forty minutes was not enough to decide a winner, so the two powerhouses went into overtime. With Duke leading 102-101, Kentucky was able to get a late basket with only 2.1 seconds remaining on the clock to take a 103-102 lead. Duke needed a miracle. All-American Grant Hill had to throw the ball the length of the floor and hope that a Duke player would come up with it and make a last second shot. That player was Christian Laettner. Hill let the ball go and found Laettner at the free throw line where he faked, turned and fired as the clock expired. Nothing but net. Game over--Duke wins 104-103.

(03-29-92) 1992 NCAA Tournament Final 4 - Duke vs Indiana - added March 2007

(04-06-92) 1992 NCAA Tournament Championship - Duke vs Michigan - added November, 2007

 

1992-93 Season

(11-23-92) Devry @ Troy State - Highest Scoring Game in NCAA History - Final score was 258-141 - Added August, 2009

(02-13-93) Purdue @ Wisconsin - 2 OT - added October, 2007

(03-14-93) Indiana @ Wisconsin - Final game of regular sesason - Wisconsin (14-11) was down 22 pts at halftime to Indiana (27-3), but the Badgers would cut the lead to 6 with 4 minutes to go. - Calbert Chaney (22pts) and Greg Graham (27pts) would hold off charge of Badgers Michael Finley (23pts) and Tracy Webster - Includes pre, post and halftime. (Quality 7.5) - Added August, 2008

(03-18-93) 1993 NCAA Tournament 1st Rd - Purdue vs Rhode Island - includes halftime (B)

(03-18-93) 1993 NCAA Tournament 1st Rd - California vs LSU - Jason Kidd hits winning shot with :0.5 seconds left

(03-20-93) 1993 NCAA Tournament 2nd RD - California vs Duke - Cal, led by Lamond Murray and freshman Jason Kidd, eliminates two-time defending national champ Duke, led by Bobby Hurley and Grant Hill. Jason Kidd has near triple double

(04-05-93) 1993 NCAA Tournament Championship - Michigan vs North Carolina - North Carolina holds on for title as Michigan's Fab Five leader Chris Webber calls illegal time out - George Lynch, North Carolina's top rebounder and second-leading scorer, would make four big plays in the closing moments of the title game to pull UNC ahead (A)

 

1993-94 Season

1994 Illinois @ Purdue - Glenn Robinson scores 49 pts! - added December, 2008

(02-15-94) Kentucky 99 vs. LSU 95 - Mardi Gras Miracle - Kentucky down 31 in 2nd half win - Added March, 2009

(03-12-94) Wisconsin vs Indiana - Added October, 2008

(03-17-94) 1994 NCAA Tournament 1st Rd - #8 Wisconsin vs #9 Cincinnati

(03-??-94) 1994 NCAA Tournament 1st Rd - UW Green Bay vs California - The Phoenix pull the huge upset over Jason Kidd and California - added December, 2008

(03-??-94) 1994 NCAA Tournament 2nd Rd - Wisconsin vs Missouri - Added May, 2009

(03-20-94) 1994 NCAA Tournament 2nd Rd - Marquette vs Kentucky - added December, 2008

(03-??-94) 1994 NCAA Tournament 2nd Rd - UW Green Bay vs Syracuse - added December, 2008

(03-??-94) 1994 NCAA Tournament 2nd Rd - Purdue vs Alabama - Glenn Robinson scores 33 points - Includes commercials and halftime (B+)

(03-??-94) 1994 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - Purdue vs Kansas - includes halftime (B+)

(03-??-94) 1994 NCAA Tournament Final 4 - Duke vs Florida - Grant Hill scores 25 pts - added March 2007

(04-04-94) 1994 NCAA Tournament Championship - Duke vs Arkansas - Arkansas' Scotty Thurman, with the shot clock winding down and the score tied with 40 seconds remaining, lofted a three-point attempt over Duke defender Antonio Lang that hit nothing but net. - added March 2007

1994 ESPN UP Close - interviews with Purdue’s Glenn Robinson, Duke’s Grant Hill, and Duke’s Coach K.

 

1994-95 Season

(11-27-94) Georgetown vs. Arkansas - Iverson's First College Game - B+ Quality

(02-02-95) North Carolina 102 vs. Duke 100 - (2OT) - Center Rasheed Wallace and forward Jerry Stackhouse lead UNC with 25 points each. Jeff Capel hits halfcourt shot to send game into overtime

(03-??-95) 1995 ACC Tournament Championship - Wake Forest vs North Carolina - OT - added May, 2009

(03-??-95) 1995 NCAA Tournament 1st RD - UW Green Bay vs Purdue - Purdue barely holds off the Phoenix's huge upset bid - added December, 2008

(04-03-95) 1995 NCAA Tournament Championship - UCLA vs Arkansas - UCLA, coached by Jim Harrick, won its record 11th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship and its first since the John Wooden era by defeating the University of Arkansas, who came up one game short in their bid to repeat as champions. - added December, 2008

 

1995-96 Season

(01-31-96) Duke vs (#8) North Carolina - Duke leads nearly entire game. UNC wins on tip-in with seconds left - added May, 2009

(03-10-96) 1996 ACC Championship - Wake Forest vs Georgia Tech - Tim Duncan scores 27 pts with 21 rebounds and surives Stephon Marbury’s 26 pts - added December, 2008

(03-14-96) 1996 NCAA Tournament 1st RD - Princeton vs UCLA - Princeton coach Pete Carril, in his last year of coaching, drew up a perfectly executed back-door layup reminiscent of how many games were played several decades ago to pull the huge upset over UCLA. It was UCLA's lowest-scoring output in 99 playoff outings, and the lowest score for a Bruins team in a regulation game in more than 55 years. - added December, 2008

(04-??-96) 1996 NCAA Tournament Championship - Kentucky vs Syracuse - added August 2007

 

1996-97 Season

(03-??-97) 1997 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - Minnesota vs Clemson - 2 OT - added December, 2008

(03-??-97) 1997 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - Minnesota vs UCLA - The Gophers advance to the Final 4 - added December, 2008

(03-31-97) 1997 NCAA Tournament Championship - Arizona vs Kentucky - OT - Arizona, the only team to win an NCAA crown after finishing as low as fifth place in its league, capitalized on a 34-9 edge in free throws made to upend favored Kentucky although the Wildcats did not make a field goal in the extra session.

 

1997-98 Season

(04-??-98) 1998 NCAA Tournament Championship - Kentucky vs Utah - added October, 2007

 

1998-99 Season

(03-29-99) 1999 NCAA Tournament Championship - (1) Duke vs (1) UCONN - UConn shocks the world and beats the favored Blue Devils - added May, 2009

 

1999-00 Season

(01-15-00) Wisconsin @ Indiana - added June, 2009

(02-03-00) (#3) Duke vs North Carolina - UNC comes back from 19 points to force OT. - added May, 2009

(03-05-00) Indiana @ Wisconsin - Al McGuire's last broadcast - added March 2007

(03-16-00) 2000 NCAA Tournament 1st RD - Wisconsin vs Fresno State - added December, 2008

(03-??-00) 2000 NCAA Tournament 2nd Rd - #5 Wisconsin vs #1 Arizona - Wisconsin pulls the huge upset

(03-??-00) 2000 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - #5 Wisconsin vs #4 LSU

(03-??-00) 2000 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - Iowa St vs UCLA - added November, 2007

(03-??-00)
2000 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - #5 Wisconsin vs Purdue - Wisconsin, led by a bunch of no names, uses its defense and timely shooting to make an unlikely run to the final four.

(04-01-00) 2000 NCAA Tournament Final Four - #5 Wisconsin vs #1 Michigan State - added December, 2008

(04-01-00) 2000 NCAA Tournament Final Four - Florida vs North Carolina - added June, 2009

(04-03-00) 2000 NCAA Tournament Championship - Michigan State vs Florida - added June, 2009

 

2000-01 Season

(11-29-00) ACC/Big Ten Challenge - Maryland vs Wisconsin - OT - added March, 2009

(11-29-00) ACC/Big Ten Challenge - Virginia @ Minnesota - added March, 2009

(01-27-01) Maryland vs Duke - OT - Jay Williams comeback - added December, 2008

(03-31-01) 2001 NCAA Tournament Final Four - Maryland vs Duke - The Blue Devils overcame a 22-point deficit, the biggest comeback in Final Four history. Mike Dunleavy Jr. hit three consecutive three-pointers in a 45-second span of the second half after Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski told his squad to quit calling plays and just go out and play the game.

(04-??-01) 2001 NCAA Tournament Championship - Duke vs Arizona - added March 2007

 

2001-02 Season

(12-22-01) (#14) Marquette @ Wisconsin - Kirk Penney 33 pts, Dwayne Wade 23 pts

(04-01-02) 2002 NCAA Tournament Championship - Indiana vs Maryland - Juan Dixon named Final Four MVP

 

2002-03 Season

(12-14-02) Marquette vs Wisconsin - added May, 2009

(03-05-03) Illinois vs Wisconsin - Battle for Big Ten regular season title

(03-09-03) Duke vs North Carolina - Doherty-Collins brouhaha - Dahntay Jones makes a shot from half court, but time had expired and Tarheels win - added May, 2009

(03-20-03) 2003 NCAA Tournament 1st RD - (5) Wisconsin vs. (12) Weber St. - (Quality 8.5)

(03-21-03) 2003 NCAA Tournament 1st RD - (6) Maryland vs (11) UNC Wilmington - Nicholas buzzer-beater - added May, 2009

(03-??-03) 2003 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - Wisconsin vs. Kentucky

(03-29-03) 2003 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - Marquette vs Kentucky - Dwayne Wade triple double (29 pts, 11 reb, 11 ast)

(04-05-03) 2003 NCAA Tournament Final 4 - Syracuse Orangemen vs. Texas Longhorns - Freshman Carmelo Anthony is unstoppable, scoring 33 points and pulling down 14 rebounds, in leading the Orangemen over the only #1 seed in the Final Four, the Longhorns. Brandon Mouton leads Texas with 25 points, while UT's All-America guard T.J. Ford finishes with 12 points and 13 assists - has commercials, pre-game, half and post-game - B+ (has some shakiness to pic, plus blur line at very bottom of pic)

(04-05-03) 2003 NCAA Tournament Final 4 - Marquette vs. Kansas - Kansas shots lights out and even Dwayne Wade can’t keep Marquette in the game - Keith Langford 23 pts, D. Wade 19 pts - Includes commercials, halftime, and post-game (Quality 9)

(04-07-03) 2003 NCAA Tournament Championship - Kansas vs Syracuse - Carmello Anthony leads Cuse to title - SYR: Anthony - 20 pts, 10 rebs, 7 assts; GMAC - 18 pts, 6 3PGs in 1st half; Pace - 8 pts, 8 rebs; KU: N. Collison - 19 pts, 21 rebs; K. Langsford - 19 pts; J. Graves - 16 pts, 16 rebs, 11 off. rebs; K. Hinrich - 16 pts; KU - 12-30 FTs; SYR - 1st Nat'l Title; DVD contains "Finally Orange" extras - Jim Nantz, Billy Packer - added May, 2009

 

2003-04 Season

(11-02-03) Michigan St Spartens vs Harlem Globetroters - Magic Johnson plays for globetroters and Larry Bird coaches - Added August, 2008

(12-02-03) ACC/Big Ten Challenge - Maryland vs Wisconsin - OT - added May, 2009

(03-14-04) 2004 Big Ten Tournament Championship - Wisconsin vs Illinois

(03-??-04) 2004 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - St. Josephs 62 vs Oklahoma St 64 - John Lucas hits game winner

 

2004-05 Season

(11-30-04) ACC/Big Ten Challenge - Maryland vs Wisconsin - added March, 2008

(01-25-05) Illinois @ Wisconsin - (Quality 8)

(03-06-05) (#6)Duke 73 at (#2)North Carolina 75 - Tarheels win thriller. Marvin Williams heroics. Carolina trails by 9 with 3 minutes left and come back to win - has commercials and half - B+ (03-06-05)

2005 NCAA Tournament 1st Rd - #12 UW Milwaukee vs #5 Alabama - Led by 21 points apiece from Ed McCants and Joah Tucker, the 12th-seeded Panthers surprised the No. 5 Crimson Tide, 83-73, in a first-round NCAA Tournament game. The Panthers' first tournament victory extended a 10-game winning streak and established a school mark for wins at 25. McCants, shaking off foul trouble, had five of his team's 12 3-pointers, including a huge shot from the left corner that restored an 11-point lead, 74-63, with 2:23 to play. (03-17-05)

2005 NCAA Tournament 1st Rd - #6 Wisconsin vs #11 Northern Iowa - Kammron Taylor, Sharif Chambliss and impressive defense down the stretch got Wisconsin into the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Taylor scored 16 points and Chambliss added 15 on five 3-pointers to lead No. 3 Wisconsin to a 57-52 victory over 14th-seeded Northern Iowa in the first round of the Syracuse Region. Taylor scored nine points and Chambliss six in the final 9:13 and the Badgers held the Panthers scoreless for a four-minute span down the stretch. The Panthers missed all five of their shots and a pair of free throws in the drought. (03-18-05)

2005 NCAA Tournament 2nd Rd - #12 UW Milwaukee vs #4 Boston College - Joah Tucker scored 23 points and Ed McCants added 18 as the 12th-seeded Panthers rallied from a big early deficit to stun No. 4 Boston College, 83-75, in a second-round thriller in the Chicago Region. Adrian Tigert chipped in 16 points before fouling out in the final minute for Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The Eagles scored the first 11 points of the game but the Panthers roared back with a 28-10 run to take a seven-point lead with 7:37 left in the half. (03-19-05)

2005 NCAA Tournament 2nd Rd - #7 West Virginia vs #2 Wake Forest - 2 OT - Mike Gansey scored 25 of his career-high 29 points after intermission, including the first seven points for West Virginia in the second overtime, as the seventh-seeded Mountaineers beat Wake Forest, 111-105, in a second-round Albuquerque Region thriller. Taron Downey produced a career-high 27 points for Wake Forest (27-6), including 3-pointers at the end of regulation and the first overtime to extend the game. He scored 11 points in the second overtime. Eric Williams had 23 points and 12 rebounds and Chris Paul 22 for the Demon Deacons. Tyrone Sally would add 21 points for the Mountaineers. The combined total of 216 points is tied for 10th most in NCAA Tournament history. Wake Forest's total of 105 is the seventh most points scored by a losing team. The win is West Virginia's first over a top-five ranked opponent since 1987. (03-19-05)

2005 NCAA Tournament 2nd Rd - #6 Wisconsin vs #14 Bucknell - Chris McNaughton 22 points for the Bison. Mike Wilkinson 23, Alando Tucker 17, and Zach Morley 15 for Wisconsin (03-20-05)

2005 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - #12 UW Milwaukee vs #1 Illinois - Dee Brown scored 13 of his 21 points in the first half and Deron Williams added 13 of his 21 after intermission for Illinois. Joah Tucker had 32 points for the Panthers in a losing effort. (03-24-05)

2005 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - #7 West Virginia vs #6 Texas Tech - West Virginia started its improbable run when Kevin Pittsnogle was inserted into the starting lineup. He kept the roll going against Texas Tech with his stellar shooting. Pittsnogle would score 15 of his 22 points in the second half to lead the Mountaineers. Ronald Ross would lead the Red Raiders with 16. (03-24-05)

2005 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - #6 Wisconsin vs #10 North Carolina State - Sweet 16 - Alando Tucker scored 14 of his 22 points in the second half to lead the Badgers back from NC State's hot start. North Carolina State (21-14) made its first six attempts from the arc. Julius Hodge would go only 4-16 from the field though and score only 14 points from a tough Badger defense. Mike Wilkinson would add 17 points for Wisconsin. (03-25-05)

2005 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - #1 North Carolina vs #5 Villanova - North Carolina wins on a questionable traveling call with only 11 seconds remaining. The Tar Heels were clinging to a 66-62 lead when Randy Foye was fouled on a jumper with 17 seconds remaining. After making the first free throw, Foye missed the second but the Wildcats grabbed the rebound and called time-out. Off an inbound pass with 11 seconds remaining, Allan Ray got the ball on the left wing and drove to the lane. It appeared that he was fouled on a made basket, but it was waved off because Ray was called for traveling instead. Rashad McCants scored 17 points and Marvin Williams added 16 for UNC. Randy Foye had 28 and Kyle Lowry 18 for the Wildcats (03-25-05)

2005 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - #7 West Virginia vs #4 Louisville - OT - Louisville comes back from a 20 point first half deficit to force OT! The Cardinals pulled off the comeback with leading scorer Francisco Garcia on the bench after fouling out with four minutes left in regulation. Larry O'Bannon scores 24 points all after intermission and Taquan Dean hit 5 three's in the second half to lead the comeback charge for Louisville against West Virginia's torrid 3-point shooting. West Virginia made 18 3-pointers, most in school history and second most in an NCAA Tournament game, but Louisville countered with 11 from the arc and shot 68 percent (19-of-28) overall after intermission to pull off the comeback. The combined 29 3-pointers set a new NCAA Tournament record. Kevin Pittsnogle leads the Mountaineers with 25 points. (03-26-05)

2005 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - #3 Arizona vs #1 Illinois - OT - unbelievable comeback - Illinois pulls off an unbelievable 15 pt comeback with 2 min left! - Deron Williams hits four 3-pointers in the final nine minutes and Arizona's horrible ball handling led to the comeback charge. Channing Frye had 24 points, Hassan Adams 21, and Salim Stoudamire was held to just 9 points on 2-13 shooting for Arizona. Deron Williams had 22, Luther Head 20, Roger Powell Jr. 16, and Dee Brown 15 points for the Fighting Illini. (03-26-05)

2005 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - #6 Wisconsin vs #1 North Carolina - Badgers put up great fight but can't keep up with eventual champs at the end - Alando Tucker had 25 pts for WI - Sean May 29 pts and Rashad McCants added 21 for UNC (03-27-05)

2005 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - #2 Kentucky vs #5 Michigan State - 2 OTs - the third regional final that needed to be decided in overtime in the same year, an NCAA record. The Spartans had a 70-62 lead with 5:20 to play before the Wildcats closed regulation with a 13-5 run that was capped by Patrick Sparks 3 pointer that bounced on the rim four times before falling through with only 1.8 seconds left to go into the 1st OT - Kentucky took control in the first OT, but MSU's offensive rebounding kept them in the game and they tied it up to go into a 2nd OT. Alan Anderson then made 4 free throws in the last 12 seconds to seal the victory, 94-88 (03-27-05) (Quality 9)

2005 NCAA Tournament Final 4 - Illinois 72 vs. Louisville 57 (Illinois continues its magical season)

2005 NCAA Tournament Final 4 - North Carolina 87 vs. Michigan St. 71 (Carolina advances to Championship game)

2005 NCAA Tournament Championship - Illinois vs North Carolina - w/ pre-game, post-game, and Champaigne, Illinois - local news post game coverage game - Great game that featured another furious comeback by the Illini, but they couldn't hit the shots at the end to win. (04-04-05)

 

2005-06 Season

(11-22-05) 2005 Maui Invitational Semifinals - (#9) Gonzaga vs. (#12) Michigan St. (3 OT) - Adam Morrison scores 41 pts in this great game - has half-time and post game

(02-15-06) Georgia Tech 75 @ (#23) North Carolina 82 - UNC trails by as much as 20 points and comes back to win. Tyler Hansbrough sets a UNC freshman and Smith Center record by scoring 40 points

(02-19-06) Miami 71 @ (#2)Duke 92 - J.J. Redick scores 30 points to pass Johnny Dawkins and become Duke’s all-time leading scorer

2006 WCC Championship - Loyola Marymount 67 vs. (#4)Gonzaga 68 - Zags rally from a 16 point 2nd half deficit to win a thriller and their 2nd straight WCC title - has commercials, half, and post game

2006 NCAA Tournament 1st Rd - Marquette vs Alabama (03-16-06)

2006 NCAA Tournament 1st Rd - UW Milwaukee vs Oklahoma (03-16-06)

2006 NCAA Tournament 1st Rd - Murray St. 65 vs. North Carolina 69 - (UNC’s Marcus Ginyard hits 2 free throws with 0:16 left to seal the win for the Tarheels) - has half-time and commercials (A-) (03-17-06)

2006 NCAA Tournament 1st Rd - Boston College (88) vs Pacific (76) - 2 OT - Maraker 30 pts, Smith 25 pts, Dudley 23 pts - has commercials and half-time (A-) (03-17-06)

2006 NCAA Tournament 1st Rd - Wisconsin vs Arizona (03-17-06)

2006 NCAA Tournament 2nd Rd - LSU vs. Texas A&M - LSU’s Darrell Mitchell hits winning shot with :03 left: - has commercials and half-time (A-) (03-18-06)

2006 NCAA Tournament 2nd Rd - Washington vs Illinois - added November, 2009

2006 NCAA Tournament 2nd Rd - George Mason vs. North Carolina - #11 seed George Mason upsets #3 seed North Carolina - has comm. and half (A-) (03-19-06)

2006 NCAA Tournament 2nd Rd - Bradley vs Pittsburgh (03-19-06)

2006 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - UCLA vs Gonzaga - UCLA pulls off 2nd largest comeback of a Half Time deficit in NCAA Tourney History by taking down Adam Morrison (24pts) lead Gonzaga 73-71 in thrilling style! - Adam Morrison’s last collegiate game - includes halftime (A) (03-23-06)

2006 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - LSU 62 vs. Duke 54 - Great Game!! 4th seed LSU upsets top seed Duke and sends J.J. Redick out a loser (A-) (03-23-06)

2006 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - West Virginia 71 vs. Texas 74 Great Game!! W. Virginia roared back from a 12 point half-time deficit and Kevin Pittsnoggle’s 3 pointer tied the game with 5 seconds left. Texas rushed the ball up the court Kenton Paulino’s shot dropped in as time expired (03-23-06)

2006 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - Connecticut vs.Washington - OT - Great Game!! UConn’s Rashad Anderson hits 3 at buzzer to send game into OT - has commercials, half-time, and post game - A- (03-24-06)

2006 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - Boston College 59 vs. Villanova 60 - (OT) - Great Game! Nova rallies twice in the game from large deficits to send the game into OT. BC goal tends Will Sheriden’s lay-up with :03 seconds left to give Nova a 1 point lead and BC misses their final desperation shot (03-24-06)

2006 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - LSU vs Texas - OT - Great Game!! LSU’s big men Glen "Big Baby" Davis and Tyrus Thomas have big games as LSU outscores Texas 18-8 in OT and earn their first trip to a Final Four since 1986 - (03-25-06)

2006 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - Memphis vs UCLA - UCLA returns to the Final Four for the 1st time since 1995 by knocking off #1 seed Memphis - (03-25-06)

2006 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - George Mason vs Connecticut - OT - Great Game!! G. Mason continues their cinderella run through the tourney by shocking #1 seed Connecticut and becoming the lowest seed (#11) to make the Final Four since 1986 and the first team from a mid-major conference to make the Final Four since 1979 - (03-26-06)

2006 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - Florida vs Villanova - Florida knocks off the final #1 seed left in the tourney as Nova’s lack of size finally catches up with them - (03-26-06)

2006 NCAA Tourney Final 4 - LSU 45 vs. UCLA 59 - UCLA never trails as the Bruins advance to their 1st championship game since 1995 (04-01-06)

 

2006-07 Season

(11-28-06) 2006 Big Ten/ACC Challenge - Florida State vs Wisconsin - added August 2007

(12-13-06) UW Wisconsin vs Wisconsin - added August 2007

(12-16-06) #2 Pittsburgh vs Wisconsin - added August 2007

(12-23-06) Pacific vs Wisconsin - added August 2007

(01-06-07) Minnesota @ Wisconsin - added August 2007

(01-09-07) #5 Ohio State @ #4 Wisconsin - added March 2007

(01-13-07) Northwestern vs Wisconsin - added August 2007

(01-17-07) Purdue vs Wisconsin - added August 2007

(01-20-07) Wisconsin @ Illinois - added March 2007

(01-24-07) Michigan @ Wisconsin - added March 2007

(01-28-07) Wisconsin @ Iowa - added March 2007

(02-03-07) Northwestern vs Wisconsin - added August 2007

(02-07-07) Penn St. vs Wisconsin - added August 2007

(02-10-07) Iowa vs Wisconsin - added August 2007

(02-14-07) Wisconsin @ Minnesota - added August 2007

(02-17-07) Penn St. vs Wisconsin - added August 2007

(03-03-07) Michigan State vs Wisconsin - added August 2007

2007 Big Ten Tournament 2nd Rd - Wisconsin vs Michigan State (03-09-07) - added August 2007

2007 Big Ten Tournament 2nd Rd - Illinois vs Indiana (03-09-07) - added August 2007

2007 Big Ten Tournament 2nd Rd - Purdue vs Iowa (03-09-07) - added August 2007

2007 Big Ten Tournament 2nd Rd - Ohio St vs Michigan (03-09-07) - added August 2007

2007 Big Ten Tournament Semifinals - Wisconsin vs Illinois (03-10-07) - added August 2007

2007 Big Ten Tournament Semifinals - Ohio St vs Purdue (03-10-07) - added August 2007

2007 Big Ten Tournament Finals - Wisconsin vs Ohio State (03-11-07) - added August 2007

2007 ACC Tournament 2nd Rd - Wake Forest vs Virginia Tech (03-08-07) - added August 2007

2007 ACC Tournament 2nd Rd - Miami vs Boston College (03-09-07) - Tyrese Rice scores 32 pts. - added August 2007

2007 ACC Tournament 2nd Rd - North Carolina vs Florida St (03-09-07) - added August 2007

2007 ACC Tournament 2nd Rd - North Carolina St vs Virginia (03-09-07) - added August 2007

2007 ACC Tournament Semifinals - North Carolina vs Boston College (03-10-07) - added August 2007

2007 ACC Tournament Semifinals - North Carolina St vs Virginia Tech (03-10-07) - JIP 18:25 in 1st half score 3-2 - added August 2007

2007 Big East Tournament 1st Rd - Marquette vs St. Johns (03-07-07) - added August 2007

2007 Big East Tournament 1st Rd - Providence vs West Virginia (03-07-07) - added August 2007

2007 Big East Tournament 1st Rd - UCONN vs Syracuse (03-07-07) - added August 2007

2007 Big East Tournament 1st Rd - Depaul vs Villanova (03-07-07) - added August 2007

2007 Big East Tournament 2nd Rd - Marquette vs Pittsburgh (03-08-07) - added August 2007

2007 Big East Tournament 2nd Rd - West Virginia vs Louisville (03-08-07) - added August 2007

2007 Big East Tournament 2nd Rd - Syracuse vs Notre Dame (03-08-07) - added August 2007

2007 Big East Tournament 2nd Rd - Villanova vs Georgetown (03-08-07) - added August 2007

2007 Big East Tournament Semifinals - Pittsburgh vs Louisville (03-09-07) - added August 2007

2007 Big East Tournament Semifinals - Notre Dame vs Georgetown (03-09-07) - JIP 15 secs into game - added August 2007

2007 Big East Tournament Finals - Georgetown vs Pittsburgh (03-10-07) - added August 2007

2007 NCAA Tournament 1st Rd - Wisconsin vs Texas A&M Corpus Christi (03-16-07) - added August 2007

2007 NCAA Tournament 2nd Rd - Wisconsin vs UNLV (03-18-07) - added August 2007

 

2007-08 Season

(12-08-07) Marquette Golden Eagles @ Wisconsin Badgers - Added August, 2008

(12-29-07) Wisconsin Badgers @ Texas Longhorns - Badgers beat Texas in a very good game - Added August, 2008

(01-05-08) Iowa Hawkeyes vs #24 Wisconsin Badgers - Added August, 2008

(01-10-08) Illinois Fighting Illini vs #21 Wisconsin Badgers - Added August, 2008

(01-15-08) Penn State Nitany Lions vs #17 Wisconsin Badgers - Added August, 2008

(01-31-08) #11 Indiana Hoosiers vs #13 Wisconsin Badgers - Added August, 2008

(02-09-08) Purdue Boilermakers vs #8 Wisconsin Badgers - Added August, 2008

2008 Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Finals - Jacksonville vs Belmont (03-08-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament Finals - Tennessee St. vs Austin Peay (03-08-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Qtrs - Illinois St vs MO St. (03-07-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Qtrs - U of Northern Iowa vs Southern Illinois (03-07-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Qtrs - Indiana St vs Drake (03-07-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Qtrs - Creighton vs Bradley (03-07-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Semi-Finals - Creighton vs Drake (03-08-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Semi-Finals - Illinois St vs University of Northern Iowa (03-08-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Finals - Illinois St vs Drake (03-09-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 West Coast Conference Tournament Semi-Finals - Santa Clara vs Gonzaga (03-09-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 West Coast Conference Tournament Semi-Finals - St. Mary's vs U of San Diego (03-09-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 West Coast Conference Tournament Finals - U of San Diego vs Gonzaga (03-10-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 CAA Conference Tournament Finals - William & Mary vs George Mason (03-10-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 MAAC Tournament Finals - Rider vs Siena (03-10-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Southern Conference Tournament Finals - Davidson vs Elon (03-10-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Horizon Conference Tournament Finals - Butler vs Cleveland St. (03-11-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Summit Conference Tournament Finals - IUPUI vs Oral Roberts (03-11-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Sun Belt Conference Tournament Finals - Middle Tennessee vs Kentucky (03-11-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 NEC Tournament Finals - Mount St. Mary's vs Sacred Heart (03-12-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 American East Conference Tournament Finals - Hartford vs UMBC (03-15-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Mountain West Conference Tournament Finals - UNLV vs BYU (03-15-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament Finals - Temple vs St. Joseph's (03-15-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Conference USA Tournament Finals - Tulsa vs Memphis (03-15-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Southland Conference Tournament Finals - Texas Arlington vs Northwestern St. (03-16-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big Ten Tournament RD 1 - Northwestern vs Minnesota (03-13-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big Ten Tournament RD 1 - Illinois vs Penn St. (03-13-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big Ten Tournament Qtrs - Michigan vs Wisconsin (03-14-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big Ten Tournament Qtrs - Michigan St vs Ohio St (03-14-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big Ten Tournament Semi-Finals - Michigan St. vs Wisconsin (03-15-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big Ten Tournament Semi-Finals - Illinois vs Minnesota (03-15-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big Ten Tournament Finals - Illinois vs Wisconsin (03-16-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 ACC Tournament Qtrs - Florida St vs North Carolina (03-14-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 ACC Tournament Qtrs - Miami vs Virginia Tech (03-14-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 ACC Tournament Qtrs - Georgia Tech vs Duke (03-14-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 ACC Tournament Qtrs - Boston College vs Clemson (03-14-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 ACC Tournament Semi-Final - Virginia Tech vs North Carolina (03-15-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 ACC Tournament Semi-Final - Clemson vs Duke (03-15-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 ACC Tournament Final - Clemson vs North Carolina (03-16-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big Twelve Tournament RD 1 - Missouri vs Nebraska (03-13-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big Twelve Tournament RD 1 - Oklahoma vs Texas Tech (03-13-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big Twelve Tournament RD 1 - Iowa St vs Texas A&M (03-13-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big Twelve Tournament Qtrs - Texas A&M vs Kansas St (03-14-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big Twelve Tournament Qtrs - Oklahoma St vs Texas (03-14-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big Twelve Tournament Qtrs - Kansas vs Nebraska (03-14-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big Twelve Tournament Qtrs - Colorado vs Oklahoma (03-14-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big Twelve Tournament Semi-Finals - Oklahoma vs Texas (03-15-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big Twelve Tournament Finals - Texas vs Kansas (03-16-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Pac 10 Tournament RD 1 - California vs Washington (03-12-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Pac 10 Tournament RD 1 - Oregon St vs Arizona (03-12-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Pac 10 Tournament Qtrs - Arizona vs Stanford (03-13-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Pac 10 Tournament Qtrs - Arizona St vs USC (03-13-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Pac 10 Tournament Qtrs - Oregon vs Washington St (03-13-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Pac 10 Tournament Qtrs - California vs UCLA (03-13-08) - Darren Collison leads UCLA with 19 pts, Kevin Love scores 11 pts - Added August, 2008

2008 Pac 10 Tournament Semi-Finals - Washington St vs Stanford (03-14-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big East Tournament RD 1 - Seton Hall vs Marquette (03-12-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big East Tournament RD 1 - Cincinnati vs Pittsburgh (03-12-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big East Tournament RD 1 - West Virginia vs Providence (03-12-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big East Tournament RD 1 - Syracuse vs Villanova (03-12-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big East Tournament Qtrs - Pittsburgh vs Louisville (03-13-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big East Tournament Qtrs - Villanova vs Georgetown (03-13-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big East Tournament Qtrs - Marquette vs Notre Dame (03-13-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big East Tournament Qtrs - West Virginia vs UCONN (03-13-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big East Tournament Semi-Finals - West Virginia vs Georgetown (03-14-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big East Tournament Semi-Finals - Pittsburgh vs Marquette (03-14-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 Big East Tournament Finals - Pittsburgh vs Georgetown (03-14-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 SEC Tournament Semi-Finals - Georgia vs Mississippi St (03-15-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 SEC Tournament Semi-Finals - Arkansas vs Tennessee (03-15-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 SEC Tournament Finals - Georgia vs Arkansas (03-16-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 NCAA Tournament 2nd RD - Davidson vs Georgetown - Added December, 2008

2008 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 - Davidson vs Wisconsin - Stephen Curry scores 33 pts. - Includes post game (quality 8.5) - Added May, 2011

2008 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - Xavier vs UCLA (03-29-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - Louisville vs North Carolina (03-29-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - Texas vs Memphis (03-30-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 - Davidson vs Kansas (03-30-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 NCAA Tournament Final Four - North Carolina vs Kansas (04-05-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 NCAA Tournament Final Four - UCLA vs Memphis (04-05-08) - Added August, 2008

2008 NCAA Tournament Championship - Memphis vs Kansas (04-07-08) - Mario Chalmers hits a 3 as time expires in regulation to take game into OT. Derrick Rose led Memphis with 18 points. - Added August, 2008

 

2008-09 Season

2009 NCAA Tournament 1st Round - Florida State vs Wisconsin - OT - Great game that goes into OT and is won on a last second layup

 

2009-10 Season

(12-02-09) Big Ten / ACC Challenge - Duke vs Wisconsin - Wisconsin takes down Duke - Added March, 2011

2010 NCAA Tournament 1st RD (03-19-10) - Wisconsin vs Wolford - Added March, 2011

 

Documentaries

ESPN 30 for 30 (Complete Series Available) - Added May, 2011

1 "King's Ransom" - The 1988 trade of Wayne Gretzky from the Edmonton Oilers to the Los Angeles Kings and the effect it had on Gretzky, the fans in Edmonton, and the popularity of hockey in Southern California.

2 "The Band that Wouldn't Die" - A profile of Baltimore's love affair with football and the Colts, focusing on the Colts Marching Band. After the Colts decamped for Indianapolis in 1984, the band remained in Baltimore and helped promote the eventual return of the NFL to the city.

3 "Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL?"

Fresh interviews and archival footage track the life and demise of the United States Football League in the mid 1980s. A highlight is Tollin's interview with Donald Trump, the former New Jersey Generals owner whose post-interview comments on the league give this documentary its title.

4 "Muhammad and Larry"

A look at the October 1980 Muhammad Ali-Larry Holmes fight and its impact on both fighters, featuring fresh interviews with participants and previously unseen lead-up footage from both fighters' camps.

5 "Without Bias"

The death of Len Bias from a cocaine-induced heart attack, two days after Boston selected him in the 1986 NBA Draft, and its impact on casual drug use, especially by the sports community.

6 "The Legend of Jimmy the Greek"

The life of Jimmy "the Greek" Snyder, from his career as a Las Vegas bookmaker to his tenure on The NFL Today, from which he was fired in 1988.

7 "The U"

The racial and cultural evolution of Miami during the 1980s as represented within the University of Miami football team.

8 "Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks"

The impact of Reggie Miller on the New York Knicks in the 1990s, specifically focusing on the 1995 NBA Playoffs and Miller's interaction with Knicks fan Spike Lee.

9 "Guru of Go"

Paul Westhead's coaching tenure at Loyola Marymount University (1985-1990) features his high-scoring run-and-gun offense and players such as Bo Kimble and Hank Gathers.

10 "No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson"

The 1993 trial of Hampton, Virginia, high-school athlete Allen Iverson, convicted for his role in a racially-tinged melee, and its impact on both the community and on Iverson's life. (90 minutes in length)

11 "Silly Little Game"

Meeting at New York City's La Rotisserie Francaise restaurant in 1980, a group of writers and academics develop Rotisserie Fantasy baseball, only to see it take off in popularity and leave them behind.

12 "Run Ricky Run"

A profile of Ricky Williams focuses on his brief 2004 departure from the NFL, when he sought self-redemption amidst media criticism and fresh rumors of marijuana use.

13 "The 16th Man"

How hosting (and winning) the 1995 Rugby World Cup and Nelson Mandela's support of the Springboks national team affected post-apartheid South Africa.

14 "Straight Outta L.A."

The relationship between the Raiders and the minority fan base in Los Angeles during the team's 13 seasons in L.A. (1982-1994).

15 "June 17, 1994"

Quick-cut archival footage captures the various sporting events on the day in question and the emotions they generated, with O. J. Simpson's run from the police overshadowing an NBA Finals game between the New York Knicks and Houston Rockets, the opening of the U.S.-hosted 1994 World Cup, the last-ever U.S. Open PGA tournament round for Arnold Palmer, Ken Griffey Jr. hitting a home run to add to his record-setting pace, and a parade in New York after the Rangers finally won their first Stanley Cup in decades.

16 "The Two Escobars"

The lives of soccer player Andrés Escobar and drug lord Pablo Escobar; the intertwining of crime and soccer in their native Colombia; and the connections between the murders of both men. (2 hours in length)

17 "The Birth of Big Air"

The life of Mat Hoffman and his 25 year career of advancing BMX riding, both creatively and promotionally.

18 "Jordan Rides the Bus"

Motivated by the dream his late father had for him, Michael Jordan retires from basketball and has a brief career in minor league baseball.

19 "Little Big Men"

The Kirkland National Little League team's success at the 1982 Little League World Series (where they pulled off one of the biggest upsets in the event's history in the title game) and its after-effects.

20 "One Night in Vegas"

The friendship of boxer Mike Tyson and rapper Tupac Shakur and the night of September 7, 1996, when Shakur was murdered after attending the Tyson-Bruce Seldon fight in Las Vegas.

21 "Unmatched"

A look at the rivalry and friendship between tennis legends Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova.

22 "The House of Steinbrenner"

The legacy of George Steinbrenner's ownership of the New York Yankees.

23 "Into the Wind"

Terry Fox's attempt to run across Canada in support of fundraising for cancer research captures the attention of his fellow Canadians and the world.

24 "Four Days In October"

The remarkable comeback of the Boston Red Sox against the New York Yankees in the 2004 ALCS.

25 "Once Brothers"

The story of Croatian Dražen Petrović and Serbian Vlade Divac, NBA players and Yugoslavian national teammates, and how upheaval in their homeland adversely and irretrievably affected their friendship. (90 minutes in length)

26 "Tim Richmond: To the Limit"

The career of NASCAR driver Tim Richmond, his flamboyant lifestyle, and his 1989 death from AIDS.

27 "Fernando Nation"

The euphoria created by Fernando Valenzuela's 1981 arrival with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

28 "Marion Jones: Press Pause"

The successful track and field career of Marion Jones, her 2007 admission of performance-enhancing drug use, and subsequent prison sentence.

29 "The Best That Never Was"

The 1981 recruiting of high school football player Marcus Dupree by multiple big-time college programs, his resulting career, and how his recruitment changed the recruiting process. (2 hours in length)

30 "Pony Excess"

The rise, fall, and rebirth of the SMU Mustangs football program, which received a 2-year "death penalty" for major infractions. (2 hours in length)