Round: Championship Game
Game: Villanova vs. Georgetown
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Georgetown was a juggernaut, and Villanova was an 8th-seeded Cinderella who should have just been happy to be there. The 1985 National Title game was supposed to be nothing more than a coronation for a great Hoyas team led by future NBA star Patrick Ewing. The Wildcats never got that memo, though, as they shot a ridiculous 78.6% from the floor and played lockdown defense to keep the score low and shock the nation with a 66-64 win. A team with no stars, Villanova's starting five played 192 of a possible 200 combined minutes, scoring all the team's points despite nobody taking more than seven shots.