12. Christian Laettner, Duke, 1990: His leaning 14-footer off an inbounds play with 2.6 seconds left beat UConn 79-78 in the East final.
13. Gabe Lewullis, Princeton, 1996: His backdoor layup in the final seconds upset fourth-seeded UCLA in a first-round game.
14. John Wallace, Syracuse, 1996: His 3-pointer at the buzzer in overtime beat Georgia 83-81 in the West semifinals, ending a bevy of clutch shots.
15. Danny Ainge, BYU, 1981: His full-length drive in the final seconds led to a floater in the lane that beat Notre Dame 51-50 in the Midwest semifinals.
16. Rip Hamilton, Connecticut, 1998: His 8-foot fallaway at the buzzer beat Washington 75-74 in the East semifinals.
17. Scottie Reynolds, Villanova, 2009: His floater with 0.5 seconds left beat Pitt 78-76 in the East final.
18. Ali Farokhmanesh, Northern Iowa, 2010: His no-fear 3-pointer with 35 seconds left put Kansas in a four-point hole, and UNI went on to win 69-67 in the Midwest second round.
19. Tate George, Connecticut, 1990: His 15-footer at the buzzer, after catching an 80-foot pass, beat Clemson in the East semifinals.
20. Andre Turner, Memphis, 1985: His 17-footer in the closing seconds beat Boston College 59-57 in the Midwest semifinals, a game after Turner hit a similar shot to beat Alabama-Birmingham.
21. James Forrest, Georgia Tech, 1992: His turnaround 24-footer at the buzzer, the first 3-pointer of Forrest’s career, beat Southern Cal 79-78 in the Midwest second round.
22. John Lucas, Oklahoma State, 2004: His 3-pointer with 6.9 seconds left put Saint Joseph’s in a 62-61 hole, and Jameer Nelson’s 17-footer at the buzzer bounced off in the East final.
23. Jermaine Wallace, Northwestern (La.) State, 2006: He ran down an offensive rebound in the corner, flung up a desperation 3-pointer as he fell out of bounds and saw it fall through for a 64-63 upset of Iowa in the first round.
24. Mike Miller, Florida, 2000: His 13-foot leaner at the buzzer beat Butler 69-68 in the first round.
25. Scotty Thurmond, Arkansas, 1994: His rainbow 3-pointer with 50 seconds left broke a 70-70 tie, and the Razorbacks went on to beat Duke 76-72 in the title game.