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March Madness: Top 10 single game performances in NCAA Tournament history

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There's Something Different About This Year's NCAA Tournament Final Four

The NCAA Tournament is college basketball's biggest stage and it produces some of the most memorable moments in all of sports.

Underdogs, heavy favorites, upsets and tight games, March Madness has it all and provides the chance for college basketball's stars to shine. There have been many great performances over the years, some in victory and even some in defeat.

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March Madness: Top 10 single game performances in NCAA Tournament history

Bill Bradley, Princeton (1965)

Bradley sent Princeton to the Final Four with 41 points in a 109-69 rout of Providence. He went on to score 58 points against Wichita State in the consolation game for third place.

(Photo by Bob Gomel/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images)

Dave Corzine, DePaul (1978)

Dave Corzine scored 46 points in DePaul’s 90-89 double-overtime victory over Louisville in the 1978 NCAA tournament. He played all 50 minutes in the second-round game against the No. 9-ranked Cardinals, making 18-of-28 shots, including the game-winner.

(Photo by Flickr Creative Commons)

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