With 4.8 seconds on the clock, the UCLA Bruins put the ball in the hands of Tyus Edney. What he did next created one of the March Madness' Memorable Moments, a buzzer-beater for the ages, and helped propel his team to a 1995 NCAA Tournament title.
Three members of the 1995 UCLA Bruins take you inside the huddle just before Tyus Edney pulled of his amazing 4.8 second dash to victory.
Tyus Edney and Ed O'Bannon are two of the most memorable members of the 1995 NCAA Champion UCLA Bruins. Find out what they have been doing since leaving the spotlight as a basketball player.
Former UCLA men's head basketball coach Jim Harrick talks about the work it took to get legendary coach John Wooden to show up at the Bruins' 1995 title game.
Chicago Loyola and Mississippi State met in a historic game in 1963, called “The Game of Change”. A story of how the players of Mississippi State snuck out of their state and defiantly traveled to East Lansing, Michigan to play Loyola. The first time that the all white school played in the tournament against African Americans.
Members of the Mississippi State 1963 basketball team remember how they were welcomed as they arrived for the historic Game of Change against Loyola.