NCAA Bracket 2012: The 25 Greatest Plays in March Madness History

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NCAA Bracket 2012: The 25 Greatest Plays in March Madness History
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One of the more memorable NCAA tournament memories of recent memory was Kansas' Mario Chalmers overtime forcing three over Memphis' Derrick Rose. The Jayhawks won in overtime.

The NCAA tournament field is set, and as you're filling out your brackets, you see matchups of yesteryear unfolding with the potential to see Duke-Kentucky in the Elite 8, 20 years after Christian Laettner's heroics.  Or even Roy Williams and his Tar Heels facing his former team, Kansas in the Elite 8.  What about UNC's potential matchup the round before against Michigan, where in 1993 Chris Webber's "timeout" gave North Carolina the championship.

The NCAA tournament is filled with history of fantastic plays.  From Laettner's heroics and Webber's blunder to Chalmers' overtime-forcing three against Memphis in 2008.  How about Bryce Drew sending Valparaiso past Mississippi or even the incredible play in 2008 from current Golden State Warrior Stephen Curry?

As you fill out your bracket and prepare yourself for the can't-miss Thursday and Friday second-round action, take a trip down memory lane and relive the top 25 most memorable games in March Madness history.

Who will take home the coveted No. 1 spot?  Will it be Laettner, Webber, Chalmers, Drew or even NC State's Lorenzo Charles from back in 1983?

You can view a printable bracket right here.

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