Utah's use of the triangle-and-two defense to beat Arizona in the 1998 West Regional final and advance to the Final Four may be one of the late Rick Majerus' greatest coaching decisions. Arizona was a No. 1 seed and the defending champion. The Wildcats were favored to return to the Final Four and defend their title. But Majerus deployed "a little plan" and completely flummoxed Miles Simon and Co. in a 76-51 victory. Simon, Mike Bibby and Michael Dickerson shot a combined 6-for-36, and Arizona finished 4-of-24 on 3s. Utah lost to Kentucky in the national championship game, but that couldn't stain one of the greatest displays of Majerus' brilliance.
-- Andy Katz