Round: First
Game: Princeton vs. UCLA
Date: 1996
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After an incredible run to the title the previous year, defending champion UCLA entered the 1996 Tournament as a four-seed that seemed destined for another miraculous run. The Ivy Leaguers had other ideas, though, as Princeton played a drag-down, methodical style of play that limited the potent Bruins' offense to just 41 points. Trailing by one with only seconds remaining, the 13th-seeded Tigers executed a perfect backdoor pass to give them a stunning upset win and end UCLA's title defense very early.