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The Up-And-Down Disappointment Of The 1991 Georgetown Hoyas

The Up-And-Down Disappointment Of The 1991 Georgetown Hoyas

The 1991 Georgetown Hoyas began the season with great expectations and two of the best big men in college basketball. But though they often teased, they ended up riding an up-and-down roller coaster marked by

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The Road To The 1989 Final Four

The Road To The 1989 Final Four

One interim coach completed a magic ride and a newcomer to the scene made his first big statement. The Big Ten filled the field and a developing dynasty continued to stride forward. Those were the

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The 1992 Final Four: Duke Goes Back-To-Back

The 1992 Final Four: Duke Goes Back-To-Back

The city of Minneapolis had been the epicenter of the sports world from late 1991 to the end of March in 1992. The Twins had made—and won—the World Series the previous October. The Super Bowl,

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The Unforgettable Season Of 1992 Kentucky Basketball

The Unforgettable Season Of 1992 Kentucky Basketball

The 1992 Kentucky basketball team is remembered nationally for being on the wrong side of the most celebrated play in NCAA Tournament history. The team is known to Big Blue Nation though, as “The Unforgettables”

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The Big Ten Title Run Of 1992 Ohio State Basketball

The Big Ten Title Run Of 1992 Ohio State Basketball

Jim Jackson was one of the best college basketball in the country in his three years in Columbus. Arriving in 1990, he helped the Buckeyes make the NCAA field as a freshman. In 1991, they

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