Ranking the Most Unlikely Performances in NCAA Championship History

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Ranking the Most Unlikely Performances in NCAA Championship History
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Neither Michigan’s Spike Albrecht nor Louisville’s Luke Hancock started the 2013 NCAA championship game, but they turned the title contest upside down, hitting one three after another. 

With big names like Trey Burke, Peyton Siva, Mitch McGary, Russ Smith, Tim Hardaway Jr., Gorgui Dieng and Glen Robinson III grabbing the pregame headlines, these two three-point marksmen put on a show for the ages.

Here’s a look at the 10 most unlikely performances in NCAA championship history.

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