The tournament may be canceled, but our sweet 16 can help you relive some of the glory. For college basketball fans nothing can replace the excitement of 67 NCAA tournament games played live over the next three weeks, but the next best thing might be revisiting -- or, if you're young enough, watching with fresh eyes for the first time -- some of the greatest games and moments in March Madness history. If nothing else it can help offset the crippling anxiety while you refresh your Twitter feed. There's no shortage of March Madness highlights on YouTube, from the best plays from last year's tournament or from or from to the best buzzer-beaters of the last decade or the biggest upsets in tournament history. While I could easily spend an entire afternoon going down a rabbit hole of March Madness highlights, we're going to need full games to get us through the rest of the month.
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Here are summaries of the games, along with scores and highlights. Scroll down for live scoreboard. Miami had one last chance, but the Hurricanes had to go the length of the court and couldn't get a shot off. Matthews hit the go-ahead 3-pointer in overtime and one more that sealed it to help Rhode Island hold off Young and beat Oklahoma Thursday in the Midwest Region. The seventh-seeded Rams won a game in the tournament for the second straight season and will play Saturday the winner of Duke-Iona. Kansas 76, Penn 60 — Devonte Graham ignited sluggish Kansas midway through the first half, pouring in 29 points and lifting the top-seeded Jayhawks to a tough, grind-it-out victory over No. Lagerald Vick added 14 points for the Jayhawks , who trailed the Ivy League champs by 10 in the early stages before going on a run late in the first half to take control. The fourth-seeded Bulldogs trailed with left after squandering a point lead they took early in the second half. The Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year made 10 of 14 shots in 32 minutes, grabbed seven rebounds and knocked down his lone 3-point attempt as the second-seeded Blue Devils overwhelmed the 15th-seeded Gaels.
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One year ago, the Virginia Cavaliers were the first No. Now, they're champions for the first time in men's program history. With Hunter stepped up big again in overtime, connecting from long range to put Virginia ahead with remaining. From there, Virginia pulled away. Braxton Key put an exclamation point on the victory with a breakaway two-handed jam. Given what they went through in , the Cavaliers players were understandably emotional after the final buzzer. Virginia has won the national championship. What a season.