Homer Drew
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21. Drew's game winner

The shot is so much a part of the NCAA tournament fabric that, by now, almost every college basketball fan knows the name of the play -- Pacer. It was a last-ditch hoops version of a Hail Mary designed by Valparaiso coach Homer Drew for his son, Bryce, in the first round of the 1998 tournament against Ole Miss. And it worked to Cinderella Madness perfection, with Jamie Sykes throwing the baseball pass to Bill Jenkins who tipped it perfectly to Bryce Drew. Drew caught the ball, stopped and drained the 3-pointer as the buzzer sounded to beat the Rebels, the impossible play so beautiful it still makes every March Madness highlight reel.
-- Dana O'Neil