How Tyus Edney's Miraculous Buzzer-Beater Saved UCLA's 1995 National Title Hopes

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The 1995 NCAA men's basketball tournament provided one of the greatest moments in March Madness history when Tyus Edney went end-to-end to stun Missouri in the second round.

Edney's shot helped UCLA avoid a second straight early exit from the tournament and eventually claim a national title—the first in 20 years for the Bruins.

Relive Edney's magical moment and find out what coach Jim Harrick said to his guard right before the play.

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