Round: Second
Game: UCLA vs. Missouri
Year: 1995
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UCLA barely made it out of the Second round in 1995, relying on senior guard Tyus Edney to bail them out with this miraculous coast-to-coast drive against 8th-seeded Missouri. As a 1-seed, the Bruins appeared on the cusp of becoming victims of the Tournament's first huge upset until Edney did his best Barry Sanders impression, slashing in between defenders and laying the ball in as time expired. The momentum generated by this thrilling win propelled UCLA all the way to the National Championship game, where they overcame an injury to Edney to win the historic program's first title in 20 years.