A whole season could come down to one possession
Originally Published: March 31, 2005By Fran Fraschilla | Special to ESPN Insider
- In an era of so much parity in college basketball, especially during the NCAA Tournament, it's no surprise that so many games came down to a final play. In this year's tournament, some teams (notably Bucknell against Kansas) created great chances to score and others (notably Arizona and Kentucky last weekend) gave away opportunities to advance. As a coach, I always had rules for last-second plays that could help us win important games.
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