Un. Freaking. Believable.
In the 2010 NCAA tournament, the No. 1-seeded Kansas Jayhawks ran into a pesky No. 9-seeded Northern Iowa team with everything to prove.
The Jayhawks trailed early but worked their way back to make it a one-point game with 43 seconds to go.
Northern Iowa broke the press easily, and Ali Farokhmanesh got the ball with space. Most people would play conservatively at this point, running down the shot clock a bit more since it was still at 29 seconds, or driving for an easier shot.
Farokhmanesh, however, decided that the time was ripe to shoot an open three that would essentially decide the game. If he made it, his team would be up by four with about 36 seconds left. If he missed it, Kansas would get the ball and a chance to win.
As though he had ice in his veins, Farokhmanesh knocked it down, leaving the announcers speechless and wondering if he was "serious."
Yes, he was....Yes. He. Was.