Ranking the Biggest Blunders of the 2013-14 College Basketball Season

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Ranking the Biggest Blunders of the 2013-14 College Basketball Season
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Marcus Smart's shoving of a fan in the crowd at Texas Tech is one of many huge blunders to have occurred during the 2013-14 college basketball season.

As part of the pregame buildup before the Feb. 11 meeting between rivals Michigan and Ohio State in Columbus, a video shown at Value City Arena featured several lowlights from Michigan basketball history.

This included the infamous Chris Webber timeout call late in the 1993 NCAA title gamea timeout that wasn't allowed because the Wolverines didn't have any. The blunder contributed to Michigan's loss to North Carolina.

This trip down miscue memory lane got us thinking: Have there been any gaffes of that level during the current college basketball season?

The simple answer is: No, if only because we're still in the regular season and it would be hard for something to compare with a championship-costing mistake.

There have been a decent share of moments, though, that would make you channel your inner Homer Simpson and yell "D'oh!" and smack your head. You know, the kind of oopsy-daisies that wouldn't happen if those involved had more time to think and act, but in a game of split-second decisions are almost unavoidable.

Here's our look at the biggest blunders so far in the 2013-14 season, ranked from least to most head-scratching.

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