Few images are more associated with March Madness than that of Christian Laettner, arms raised triumphantly in the air, ecstatic after hitting a game-winning buzzer beater against Kentucky. It’s the sort of dramatic moment that the NCAA tournament was made for.
It doesn’t hurt that those Laettner-led duke teams, love them or hate them, are among the most dominant teams in college basketball history. Those 1992 Duke Blue Devils were back-to-back national champions, were playing in the program’s fifth straight Final Four, and capped off their season by thrashing Michigan in the title game.
Below, we take a look