Date: 3/19/11
Event: Pitt vs. Butler, NCAA Tournament Round of 32
Nothing says March Madness quite like the ridiculousness that went down in the final seconds of the Pitt vs. Butler game. With 2.2 seconds remaining and the No. 8 Butler Bulldogs leading by one, Shelvin Mack inexplicably fouled Pitt's Gilbert Brown sending him to the free throw line with a chance to win. Brown only made one of two before Pitt's Nasir Robinson tops Mack's brain fart by fouling Matt Howard on the rebound with less than a second remaining. Howard went to the free throw line and won the game by making the first and purposely missing the second in the 71-70 Butler victory over No. 1 Pitt. And to think they say college athletes aren't well educated...