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Watch 'Mario's Miracle' Cap off One of the Greatest Comebacks in Tourney History

BR StudiosFeatured Columnist IVJanuary 17, 2017

With just 2.1 seconds left in regulation, Mario Chalmers hit a three to send Kansas into overtime against Memphis in the 2008 NCAA championship game. 

Keeping their championship hopes alive with what is now called "Mario's Miracle," the Jayhawks erased a nine-point deficit to overtake the Tigers, sealing up their victory in OT. 

In addition to his heroics, Chalmers was also named Most Outstanding Player of the tournament.

Watch the video and relive history.

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