The Most Memorable Moment in the NCAA Tournament in My Lifetime
I'm 32 years old and we all know in that amount of time you can see some very nutty things if you've watched the NCAA Tournament.
March Madness can be an understatement sometimes with the true madness that happens each and every year.
From Bryce Drew's amazing buzzer beater to Villanova's big shot to win the title in 2016 and everywhere in between, we've seen some amazing moments.
The moment for me though that always pops into my mind when I'm asked about my favorite moment in the NCAA Tournament, is Tyus Edney going coast to coast in under five seconds to save the day for UCLA.
The Bruins guard only needed 4.8 seconds to go coast to coast to hit the game winning layup to beat and stun Missouri.
The Bruins would go on to win the National Championship that year ending a 20 year drought since their last title.
That 1995 championship was the last championship UCLA has won in college basketball.