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Classic College Basketball Games NCAA Regular Season 1957-1999

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College games of the past for $7 per game on DVD plus $3.00 for shipping. Larger orders will be discounted. Re-Broadcasts are noted with an -r.

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Regular Season


1999 Big East Semifinals #9 St. John's (24-7) 62-59 #10 Miami (22-5) re-broadcast

1999 Atlantic 10 Championship Rhode Island (19-12) 62-59 Temple (21-9) re-broadcast

1999 (2-14-99) Temple 60-62 Xavier (re-broadcast)

1999 (2-13-99) #4 Michigan St. 84-82 #20 Minnesota (re-broadcast)

1999 (1-30-99) #1 Connecticut (18-0) 78-74 #9 St. Johns (17-4) (UC Richard Hamilton and SJ Ron Artest) re-broadcast

1999 (1-28-99) #3 Stanford (17-2) 76-78 #13 Arizona (13-3) (Arizona's Jason Terry hits the buzzer beater) re-broadcast

1999 Providence (14-11) 90-84 Villanova (18-8) re-broadcast

1999 Wake Forest (10-4) 64-61 #20 Clemson (12-3) (re-broadcast)

1999 Ohio St. (11-3) 78-74 OT #20 Wisconsin (12-2) (re-broadcast)

1999 (12-22-98, 1998 Jimmy V classic) #2 Duke 71-60 #3 Kentucky (10-1) re-broadcast

1998 Illinois 64-68 Michigan St (re-broadcast)

1998 (2-28-98) #3 North Carolina (27-2) 75-77 #1 Duke (26-2) (re-broadcast)

1998 Indiana (17-7) 74-72 Ohio St. (7-18) (re-broadcast)

1998 Minnesota (10-12) 73-71 Iowa (16-7) (Re-broadcast)

1998 #7 Kentucky (18-2) 63-61 Vanderbilt (14-5) (Nazr Muhamaad bucket as time expired) re-broadcast

1998 Texas Tech (7-4) 63-66 Oklahoma St. (11-1) re-broadcast

1998 (1997 Pre-season NIT, 11-26-97) Kansas 90-88 Arizona St. (re-broadcast)

1997 (3-8-97) #3 Minnesota (27-2) 65-66 Wisconsin (17-10) (re-broadcast)

1997 Purdue (13-10) 89-87 Indiana (20-7)-r

1997 (2-4-97) #1 Kansas (22-0) 94-96 2OT Missouri (11-10) re-broadcast

1997 (2-4-97) #3 Kentucky (20-2) 79-84 #19 South Carolina (15-5) re-broadcast

1997 Colorado (11-3) 80-78 #20 Texas Tech (10-2) (Colorado's Chauncey Billups hits a jumper with less than a second left) re-broadcast

1996 Big East Final #3 Connecticut 75-74 #6 Georgetown (re-broadcast)

1996 (3-9-96) Minnesota (17-12) 67-66 Illinois (18-11) (Lou Henson's last game as coach of the Illini) re-broadcast

1996 #6 Villanova 72-69 #18 Syracuse (re-broadcast)

1996 Duke (17-10) 77-75 Maryland (14-10) (Ricky Price hits a 3 with 1 second left, Chris Collins scores 27 pts) re-broadcast

1996 Duke (12-7) 72-73 #8 North Carolina (15-4) re-broadcast

1996 Duke (11-6) 58-59 Temple (re-broadcast)

1996 (1-15-96) #8 Georgetown (14-2) 74-69 Notre Dame (5-7) (Allen Iverson) re-broadcast

1996 #16 North Carolina (10-2) 88-96 Maryland (6-4) re-broadcast

1996 #8 Wake Forest (8-1) 57-54 Duke (9-4) (Tim Duncan 24 pts, 14 reb) re-broadcast

1996 Georgia Tech 86-81 Duke (GT Fr. Stephon Marbury scores 27) re-broadcast

1996 #16 North Carolina (10-2) 88-96 Maryland (6-4) re-broadcast

1996 (11-24-95) #6 Connecticut (1-0) 95-101 OT #10 Iowa (1-0) (Chris Kingsbury 30 pts, 7 reb (Great Alaska Shootout)) Re-Broadcast

1996 (1995 Pre-season NIT Finals) Arizona (3-0) 91-81 Georgetown (3-0)-r (G-town features Allen Iverson; starts with 12:39 left in the 1st half)

1996 (12-2-95) Illinois (2-0) 75-65 #12 Duke (4-0)

1995 ACC Finals #7 Wake Forest (23-5) 82-80 #4 North Carolina (24-4) (WF Tim Duncan and UNC Jerry Stackhouse and Rasheed Wallace)-r

1995 SEC Championship #5 Arkansas (27-5) 93-95 OT #3 Kentucky (24-4)-r

1995 #20 Alabama (18-7) 69-66 Florida (14-9) (Alabama hits 3-pointer with 2.7 seconds left) re-broadcast

1995 (2-24-95) Michigan (14-10) 64-67 #12 Michigan St. (18-4) re-broadcast

1995 (2-18-95) #5 Villanova (18-5) 96-73 #1 Connecticut (20-1) (ending UConn's 18 game winnng streak) re-broadcast

1995 #2 Connecticut (14-0) 86-75 #6 Syracuse (14-1) re-broadcast

1995 #2 North Carolina (16-1) 102-100 Duke (10-9) (UNC featured Vince Carter and Rasheed Wallace) Re-Broadcast

1995 #4 Connecticut (22-2) 70-72 Providence (13-11) re-broadcast

1995 (12-3-94) #6 Duke 70-65 Illinois

1995 (Nov. 1994) West Virginia (2-1) 84-80 Pittsburgh (1-3)-r

1994 #11 Massachusetts (22-5) 51-50 #8 Temple (20-4)-r

1994 (2-24-94) #17 California (18-5) 92-88 #15 UCLA (18-3) re-broadcast

1994 Connecticut 94-91 2OT Boston College (re-broadcast)

1994 #1 Duke (15-1) 78-89 #2 North Carolina (17-3)-r

1994 (2-15-94) #11 Kentucky (18-5) 99-95 LSU (11-9) (Kentucky comes back from 31 points down in the 2nd half) DVD copy

1994 #13 Michigan 63-62 #8 Purdue (re-broadcast)

1994 (2-7-94) #16 Syracuse 56-60 Georgetown (re-broadcast)

1994 Wake Forest (10-3) 69-68 #2 Duke (WF features Randolph Childress and Tim Duncan, Duke features Grant Hill and Cherokee Parks) re-broadcast

1994 (1-18-94) Indiana 76-83 OT Purdue (re-broadcast)

1994 Florida (12-2) 77-75 South Carolina (4-7)-r

1993 NIT Final Minnesota 62-61 Georgetown (Re-Broadcast)

1993 #1 Indiana (24-2) 77-80 OT Ohio St. (12-12) (Derek Anderson 20 pts) re-broadcast

1993 (3-6-93) #25 St. Johns (17-8) 73-92 #10 Seton Hall (25-6) re-broadcast

1993 Georgia (9-9) 79-82 Florida (12-7) re-broadcast

1993 (1-28-93) Iowa 96-90 OT Michigan St. (re-broadcast)

1993 #20 Arizona (5-2) 83-81 #15 UCLA (9-2) (Chris Mills 27 pts; Ed O'Bannon 29 pts) re-broadcast

1992 West Coast Conference Finals Gonzaga 70-73 Pepperdine (re-broadcast)

1992 #10 North Carolina 80-82 Maryland (Walt Williams tip-in with 1.3 seconds left) re-broadcast

1992 (2-8-92) #1 Duke (17-1) 77-67 #22 LSU (14-4) (Christian Laettner vs. Shaquille O'Neal)

1992 #1 Duke (17-0) 73-75 #9 North Carolina (15-3) (re-broadcast)

1992 Purdue (13-11) 70-68 #11 Michigan St. (17-5) (Mark Montgomery steal and layup with 50 seconds left) re-broadcast

1992 LSU 89-81 #9 Alabama (LSU featuring Shaquille O'Neal) re-broadcast

1992 Villanova (5-6) 73-68 #21 Seton Hall (9-3) re-broadcast

1992 (1-18-92) #9 Michigan (9-3) 68-61 Illinois (7-6) (video 7 of 10)

1992 (1-12-92) DeVry 141-258 Troy (Highest scoring game in NCAA history; 1 foul in the whole game and only 2 FTA)

1991 Patriot League Championship Fordham (23-6) 84-81 Holy Cross (re-broadcast)

1991 (3-9-91) #2 Ohio St. (25-2) 69-80 Iowa (20-10)

1991 (2-21-91) Iowa (17-8) 80-79 OT #4 Indiana (22-3)

1991 (2-18-91) Purdue 83-77 Michigan (Demetrius Calip 32 pts)-r

1991 (2-17-91) #4 Indiana (22 wins) 95-97 #2 Ohio St. (21 wins)-r

1991 (1-31-91) #3 Ohio St. 61-75 Michigan St. (Re-Broadcast)

1991 (1-31-91) Iowa (13-6) 78-69 Purdue (11-6)

1991 (12-22-90) #5 UCLA (7-0) 71-88 Iowa (8-1)

1991 Syracuse 58-56 Georgetown (both are Top-20 teams) re-broadcast

1991 (12-22-90) #10 LSU 96-102 Illinois (8-3) (re-broadcast)

1991 (12-11-90) #11 Georgia (5-0) 74-75 OT Vanderbilt (3-3)-r

1990 (12-10-90) Kentucky 81-84 #10 North Carolina (re-broadcast)

1991 (12-5-90) #5 Duke 74-79 #6 Georgetown (Georgetown features Alonzo Mourning and Dikembe Mutombo and Duke features Christian Laettner, Bobby Hurley and Grant Hill) re-broadcast

1991 (11-14-90) #19 Temple 71-73 Iowa (no sound)

1990 (3-10-90) #20 (Illinois (19-6) 69-63 Indiana (18-9) (video 7 out of 10)

1990 (2-26-90) #19 Illinois (19-6) 80-86 Ohio St. (13-11)

1990 (2-11-90) #12 Illinois (17-4) 79-93 #7 Michigan (17-4)

1990 (2-4-90) #22 Indiana (14-4) 65-70 #11 Illinois (15-3) (joined in progress 4 minutes left in 1st half)

1990 (2-3-90) #20 Loyola-Marymount (16-3) 141-148 OT #14 LSU (15-4) re-broadcast

1990 (1-18-90) Michigan St. (14-2) 64-73 #7 Illinois (12-1) (starts 5 minutes into the game)

1990 Season #11 Illinois (15-3) 67-69 Iowa (9-8)

1990 Season Connecticut (13-3) 70-59 #5 Syracuse (12-1)-r

1990 Season Florida (6-11) 70-65 Georgia (13-6)-r

1990 Season #4 Duke 69-72 Virginia (re-broadcast)

1990 (1-29-90) #7 Syracuse 70-65 #18 St. John's (Billy Owens and Derrick Coleman) re-broadcast

1990 (1-27-90) #4 Louisville (13-2) 62-66 DePaul (10-9) (recording starts at about 7 minutes left in the 1st half)

1990 (12-30-89) #15 Memphis (6-2) 71-83 #5 Illinois (9-0) (video 6.5 out of 10)

1990 Season #3 Georgetown 70-69 Villanova (re-broadcast)

1990 #21 Minnesota 75-77 Wisconsin (re-broadcast)

1990 #25 Loyola Marymount (8-3) 121-116 #17 La Salle (9-0) (LM's Bo Kimble nation's leading scorer at 37+ ppg and LS's Lionel Simmons (top-5 in scoring and rebounding) re-broadcast

1990 #7 Syracuse 70-65 #18 St. John's (Syracuse has Billy Owens and Derrick Coleman) re-broadcast

1990 (12-16-89) Temple (3-2) 61-78 #5 Illinois (5-0)

1990 (12-9-89) #6 Duke (2-1) 108-113 OT #8 Michigan (4-1) (Re-Broadcast)

1990 (11-17-89) DePaul (2-0) 52-53 St. John's (2-0)

1990 (11-15-89) Ohio St. 53-71 DePaul (not in English)

1989 (3-11-89) #4 Illinois (26-4) 89-73 #8 Michigan (21-6)

1989 (3-8-89) #15 Iowa (21-8) 94-118 #4 Illinois (25-4)

1989 (3-5-89) #8 Illinois (24-4) 70-67 #3 Indiana (Nick Anderson's last second half court shot) Re-Broadcast

1989 (3-2-89) Minnesota 58-63 #8 Illinois (24-4)

1989 (2-26-89) #10 Illinois (22-4) 94-71 Ohio St.

1989 (2-20-89) Purdue 75-102 #10 Illinois (21-4)

1989 (2-18-89) #5 Illinois (21-3) 52-72 Wisconsin (14-7)

1989 (2-16-89) #5 Illinois (20-3) 75-56 Michigan St. (12-8) (JIP with 11 1/2 minutes left in the 1st, and audio is a little low)

1989 (2-11-89) Northwestern (8-12) 69-86 #7 Illinois (19-3)

1989 (2-9-89) #16 Ohio St. (16-5) 60-62 #7 Illinois (18-3)

1989 (2-5-89) #2 Illinois (18-2) 82-86 #9 Iowa (16-4)

1989 (2-2-89) #2 Illinois (18-1) 72-76 Purdue

1989 (1-28-89) #16 Indiana (16-4) 65-75 #1 Illinois (17-1)

1989 (1-26-89) #1 Illinois (17-0) 62-69 Minnesota

1989 (1-22-89) #2 Illinois (16-0) 103-92 2OT Georgia Tech (re-broadcast)

1989 (1-19-89) #2 Illinois (15-0) 75-68 Northwestern

1989 (1-14-89) #6 Michigan (14-1) 84-96 #2 Illinois (14-0)

1989 (1-7-89) Michigan St. (9-2) 54-71 #3 Illinois (12-0)

1989 (1-7-89) DePaul (7-6) 67-81 #13 Louisville (8-2)

1989 (12-23-88) #4 Iowa (4-0) 89-71 Eastern Illinois (1-4)

1989 (12-22-88) #5 Illinois (8-0) 127-100 LSU (quality 6.5/10)

1989 (12-19-88) #5 Illinois (7-0) 87-84 #10 Missouri (9-2)

1989 (12-6-88) Florida (3-2) 67-97 #7 Illinois (3-0)

1989 (12-23-88) Loyola Marymount 111-115 DePaul (6-4)

1989 (2-13-89) #6 Syracuse (21-4) 54-61 #4 Georgetown (18-3) (Alonzo Mourning and Derrick Coleman) re-broadcast

1989 (1-5-89) #8 Arizona (8-1) 78-83 Stanford (Arizona's Sean Elliot) re-broadcast

1989 (3-4-89) N.C. State 110-103 4OTs Wake Forest (re-broadcast into 120 minutes)

1989 Pittsburgh (6-4) 81-76 #2 Syracuse (14-0) re-broadcast

1989 (2-18-89) Dayton 83-109 Evansville (Scott Hafner 65 pts, 11 3-pts; edited stops and camera view is from a high point of view)

1989 Oregon St. 69-64 OT California (OSu features Gary Payton) re-broadcast

1988 (3-6-88) #7 Pittsburgh (21-5) 85-84 #13 Syracuse (22-7) (Syracuse's Derrick Coleman and Sherman Douglas; Pitt's Charles Smith and Jerome Lane) re-broadcast

1988 (3-4-88) #10 Michigan (23-6) 74-85 #19 Illinois (20-9)

1988 (2-29-88) Illinois (18-9) 75-65 Indiana (16-7) (starts with the game at 2-0)

1988 (2-27-88) #7 Michigan (21-4) 87-95 #13 Iowa (19-7)

1988 (2-3-88) #13 Iowa (15-5) 103-120 #11 Michigan (17-3)

1988 (1-30-88) #13 Illinois (14-4) 70-78 #1 Arizona (19-1)

1988 (1-28-88) #13 Illinois (14-4) 64-76 #8 Michigan (14-2)

1988 (1-21-88) #13 Illinois (13-3) 79-93 #19 Iowa (11-5) (starts about 8 minutes into the game)

1988 (12-19-87) #4 North Carolina (6-1) 83-74 Illinois (7-1)

1988 #15 Indiana (8-3) 64-66 Northwestern (5-6) Re-Broadcast

1988 #9 Syarcuse 78-80 Villanova (re-broadcast)

1988 #9 Duke 70-69 #2 North Carolina (re-broadcast)

1988 N.C. State 77-74 #4 Duke (re-broadcast)

1988 (2-6-88) DePaul (13-5) 70-71 Georgia Tech (14-6) (Fr. Dennis Scott hits a 3 as time expires)

1988 (12-5-87) UC-Irvine (3-1) 88-124 #6 Iowa (5-0)

1988 (11-29-87) Villanova (2-0) 74-97 #11 Iowa (2-0)

1988 (11-28-87) #7 Kansas (0-0) 81-100 #11 Iowa (1-0)

1987 ACC Finals NC State (19-14) 68-67 #2 North Carolina (29-2) re-broadcast

1987 ACC Semis Wake Forest 73-77 N.C. State (re-broadcast)

1987 (3-7-87) #12 Illinois (22-7) 77-64 Michigan St. (11-16)

1987 (3-4-87) #12 Illinois (21-7) 89-75 Michigan (17-8)

1987 (3-1-87) #3 Indiana (22-3) 67-69 #14 Illinois (20-7) (Ken Norman 24 pts) Re-broadcast

1987 #2 Indiana (20-2) 86-85 2OT Wisconsin (11-14) re-broadcast

1987 #12 Clemson 67-66 Georgia Tech (re-broadcast)

1987 (2-23-87) #6 Purdue 76-75 OT #14 Illinois (19-6) (Purdue rallies from 16 pts down in the 2nd half) Re-broadcast

1987 (2-2-87) #12 Illinois (15-5) 82-65 Ohio St (13-7)

1987 (2-2-87) #10 Georgetown (15-3) 65-67 OT #19 St. John's (14-4) re-broadcast

1987 (1-28-87) #12 Illinois (14-4) 66-69 #4 Indiana (15-2)

1987 (1-26-87) Michigan St. (7-9) 65-67 Northwestern (5-12) re-broadcast

1987 (1-25-87) Navy (11-4) 69-80 Kentucky (David Robinson 45 pts; Kentucky's Rex Chapman) re-broadcast

1987 (1-24-87) Arizona (9-6) 63-67 #9 Illinois (13-4)

1987 (1-22-87) #9 Illinois (13-3) 86-87 #5 Purdue (14-1)

1987 (1-17-87) Minnesota (7-5) 58-80 #8 Illinois (12-3)

1987 (1-14-87) #2 Iowa (13-0) 91-88 #8 Illinois (12-2)

1987 (1-8-87) #12 Illinois (9-2) 68-66 Wisconsin (7-5)

1987 (12-28-86) #9 Illinois (7-1) 82-83 Loyola (4-3)

1987 (12-20-86) #4 Illinois (7-0) 77-90 #5 North Carolina (4-1) (telecast joined in progress 3 minutes into the game)

1987 (12-6-86) #9 Illinois (3-0) 99-97 #11 Pittsburgh (2-0)

1987 (?-?-86) #1 North Carolina 84-89 UCLA (UNC has Kenny Smith and Scott Williams, UCLA has Reggie Miller and Pooh Richardson) re-broadcast

1986 Big East Semifnals #14 Georgetown (23-6) 73-75 OT #7 Syracuse (24-4) (re-broadcast)

1986 Big East Quarters #14 Georgetown (22-6) 57-56 Pittsburgh (15-13) re-broadcast

1986 (3-8-86) #19 Illinois (21-8) 73-64 Minnesota (15-15)

1986 (3-1-86) Illinois (19-7) 59-57 #4 Georgia Tech (21-4)

1986 (2-23-86) Georgetown 63-64 Syracuse (joined in progress with 13:34 left in 1st) re-broadcast

1986 (2-20-86) #15 Indiana (17-5) 61-60 Illinois (17-7)

1986 (2-15-86) #19 Louisville (16-7) 72-53 DePaul (13-8)

1986 (2-8-86) #7 Michigan (18-2) 79-83 Illinois (13-7) (video quality 6.5 out of 10)

1986 #3 Duke (16-0) 92-95 #1 North Carolina (17-0) re-broadcast

1986 Maryland 77-72 OT North Carolina (re-broadcast)

1986 (1-25-86) Illinois (13-5) 69-71 Indiana (12-4)

1986 (1-8-86) #18 Illinois (10-3) 59-61 #2 Michigan (14-0)

1986 (1-4-86) Iowa (6-4) 60-59 #14 Illinois (10-2)

1986 (12-27-85) Navy (4-2) 67-64 #20 DePaul (6-2)

1985 Big East Finals #1 Georgetown (29-2) 92-80 #2 St. John's (27-2) re-broadcast

1985 #2 Georgetown (26-2) 85-69 #1 St. John's (25-1) re-broadcast

1985 Pre-season NIT Semifinals Duke 71-70 St. John's (re-broadcast)

1985 (3-7-85) Iowa (21-9) 53-59 OT Illinois (24-9)

1985 (3-2-85) Purdue (20-7) 43-86 #8 Illinois (21-8)

1985 Wake Forest (10-4) 89-91 #2 Duke (12-1) re-broadcast

1985 (2-23-85) Purdue 72-63 Indiana (re-broadcast)

1985 (2-21-85) #14 Illinois (20-7) 66-50 Indiana (14-8) (starts at 6-4 Illinois and IU features a Fr. Steve Alford)

1985 (2-3-85) #5 Illinois (17-4) at Houston (coverage ends with 1:21 left and Illinois winning 75-72)

1985 (2-2-85) #13 DePaul (14-4) 73-77 Louisville (8-8)

1985 (1-26-85) #2 St. John's (14-1) 66-65 #1 Georgetown (18-0) (SJ Chris Mullin, Bill Wennington and Walter Berry; G-town's Patrick Ewng, David Wingate and Reggie Williams; G-town's 29-game winning streak ends) re-broadcast

1985 (1-19-85) Iowa 67-69 Michigan (re-broadcast)

1985 (1-12-85) Houston (7-3) 58-69 #13 DePaul (9-3)

1985 (12-15-84) #2 DePaul (6-0) 57-77 #1 Georgetown (6-0)

1985 (12-1-84) #10 Oklahoma (2-1) 70-73 #7 Illinois (4-1) (featuring Wayman Tisdale)

1984 ACC Finals Maryland 74-62 #16 Duke (24-8) (re-broadcast)

1984 ACC Semifinals #16 Duke (23-9) 77-75 #1 North Carolina (27-1) (re-broadcast)

1984 ACC Quarters Maryland (23-7) 69-63 N.C. State (19-13)

1984 Big East Finals #16 Syracuse (22-7) 71-82 #2 Georgetown (28-3) re-broadcast

1984 (3-11-84) Syracuse (22-7) 71-82 #2 Georgetown (28-3)

1984 (3-10-84) Marquette (16-11) 49-64 #4 DePaul (25-2)

1984 (3-1-84) Ohio St. (15-10) 58-73 #10 Illinois (20-4)

1984 St. John's (15-8) 75-71 #1 Georgetwon (23-2) (re-broadcast)

1984 #9 St. John's 61-63 Pittsburgh (re-broadcast)

1984 Duke 83-96 2OT #1 North Carolina (re-broadcast)

1984 (2-11-84) #2 DePaul (17-1) 62-54 Notre Dame (staticky reception for the 1st part of the 1st half, then it clears up)

1984 (1-24-84) #2 DePaul (15-0) 84-68 #15 UCLA (11-3)

1984 St. John's (11-4) 63-62 Seton Hall (7-10) (re-broadcast)

1984 (1-18-84) Virginia (11-1) 66-69 North Carolina (12-0) Re-broadcast

1984 #10 Maryland 67-66 Virginia (re-broadcast)

1984 (2-12-84) Iowa (9-11) 53-73 #8 Illinois (18-2)

1984 (1-28-84) Michigan (12-5) 66-75 4OTs #9 Illinois (14-2)

1984 (12-24-83) #2 Kentucky (6-0) 54-52 Illlinois (8-0) (UK hits last second shot)

1984 (12-10-83) #3 Georgetown (4-0) 61-63 #13 DePaul (4-0)

1983 NIT Finals Fresno St. (24-10 69-60 DePaul (20-11) 1983 ACC Seimifinals North Carolina (26-6) 84-91 N.C. State (18-10) re-broadcast

1983 ACC Finals #2 Virginia (27-3) 78-81 N.C. State (19-10) re-broadcast

1983 #2 Virginia (19-2) 63-64 #1 North Carolina (20-3) (Michael Jordan wills team to come back from 16 down with 8:43 left to play) re-broadcast

1983 Purdue (17-6) 56-54 Illinois (18-8) (re-broadcast)

1983 (2-16-83) #15 Iowa (15-6) 58-57 #1 Indiana (19-2) re-broadcast

1983 (2-12-83) Illinois (16-7) 66-68 #20 Iowa (14-6)

1983 (2-2-83) #1 North Carolina (17-3) 84-81 Clemson (Michael Jordan 24 pts) re-broadcast

1983 (2-2-83) Minnesota 89-80 2OT Ohio St. (re-broadcast)

1983 (1-29-83) #3 North Carolina (16-3) 72-65 Georgia Tech

1983 Notre Dame 59-57 Marquette (re-broadcast)

1983 Ohio St. (13-6) 68-65 Wisconsin (7-11)-r

1983 Oklahoma St. (13-2) 80-81 Oklahoma (14-4) (OU features Wayman Tisdale) re-broadcast

1983 (1-15-83) DePaul (8-5) 58-63 #6 Louisville (12-2)

1983 Notre Dame (13-8) 60-54 Pittsburgh (12-9) re-broadcast

1983 Georgetown (9-4) 97-92 #14 Syracuse (11-1) (Patrick Ewing's Freshman year) re-broadcast

1983 (12-11-82) Illinois (5-1) 57-76 #2 Kentucky (5-0)

1983 (?-?-82) #3 UCLA 79-80 2OT Maryland (re-broadcast)

1983 (?-?-82) #6 UCLA (1-0) 70-73 OT DePaul (2-0) re-broadcast

1982 (3-7-82) #1 North Carolina (26-2) 47-45 #3 Virginia (29-2)

1982 (2-6-82) Illinois (12-5) 53-58 Michigan (2-14)

1982 (2-3-82) #2 North Carolina (16-1) 58-74 #3 Virginia (20-1)

1982 (1-16-82) #1 North Carolina (12-0) 73-63 Duke

1982 (1-9-82) Illinois (7-2) 50-56 #7 Iowa (8-1)

1982 (1-9-82) #2 Virginia (12-0) 60-65 #1 North Carolina (10-0)

1982 (1-6-82) #1 North Carolina (9-0) 66-50 Maryland (7-3)

1982 (12-26-81) #7 Louisville (6-1) 68-75 #13 DePaul (6-1)

1982 (12-26-81) #1 North Carolina (5-0) 82-69 #2 Kentucky (6-0)

1982 (12-19-81) Rutgers (5-1) 36-59 #1 North Carolina (4-0)

1982 Season (?-?-81) Kansas 67-74 #1 North Carolina (Jordan's 1st start in college) re-broadcast

1981 (3-8-81) #6 Notre Dame (22-4) 64-74 #2 DePaul (26-1) (6 NBA Players in the game; DePaul- Mark Aguirre and Terry Cummings and ND's- Kelly Tripucka, John Paxson, Orlando Woolridge and Joe Klein) re-broadcast

1981 (3-5-81) #14 Indiana (19-9) 69-55 #16 Illinois (19-6)

1981 (2-28-81) #14 Illinois (18-6) 81-70 Purdue (15-8) (video 5.5 out of 10)

1981 (2-8-81) UCLA 51-50 #9 Notre Dame (ND's Kelly Tripucka, John Paxson, Orlando Woolridge and Joe Klein) re-broadcast

1981 (2-7-81) #18 Illinois (14-4) 66-72 Iowa (13-4)

1981 (12-27-80) #3 UCLA (6-0) 77-93 #1 DePaul (8-0)

1981 Georgetown 64-66 Syracuse (re-broadcast)

1981 (11-22-80) #2 DePaul 86-80 #3 Louisville

1980 (3-1-80) Illinois (19-11) 71-75 Iowa (18-9)

1980 (2-27-80) #1 DePaul (25-0) 74-76 2OTs #14 Notre Dame (20-4)

1980 (2-9-80) #18 Indiana (14-6) 68-89 Illinois (13-8)

1980 (1-24-80) Ohio St. (11-2) 79-76 Illinois (13-5)

1980 (1-20-80) #14 LSU (10-3) 73-78 #1 DePaul (14-0) (Mark Aguirre 31 pts)

1980 (1-12-80) #2 DePaul (11-0) 92=85 Marquette (6-3) (edited into 46 minutes and no sound)

1980 (1-3-80) #10 Iowa (9-0) 72-71 #20 Illinois (10-2)

1979 MVC 2nd Round #1 Indiana St. (27-0) 79-72 Southern Illinois (ISU's Bird)

1979 (3-1-79) #4 Michigan St. (20-6) 76-63 Minnesota (10-15) (49 minutes and no broadcasters)

1979 (2-24-79) #2 Indiana St. (25-0) vs. Wichita St.(ISU's Larry Bird 49 pts, 19 reb)

1979 (2-24-79) Illinois (19-8) 62-76 #7 Michigan St. (19-5)

1979 (2-6-79) Drake (13-6) 79-100 #2 Indiana St. (20-0) (ISU's Bird)

1979 (2-3-79) #2 Indiana St. (19-0) 66-56 Tulsa (11-7) (ISU's Larry Bird)

1979 (1-11-79) #1 Michigan St (9-1) 55-57 #4 Illinois (14-0) (edited into 37 minutes and no sound)

1979 (1-6-79) Minnesota (5-5) 62-69 #1 Michigan St. (8-1) (no audio, 51 minutes and video quality a 6 out of 10)

1977 (3-4-77) Indiana St. (25-2) 82-83 Houston (26-7)

1974 ACC Championship #1 N.C. State (25-1) 103-100 #4 Maryland (23-4) (90 minutes, and the last few minutes are highlighted) re-broadcast

1969 (2-8-69) Villanova 67-74 LaSalle

1968 (1-20-68) #1 UCLA (13-0) 69-71 #2 Houston (14-0) (Lew Alcindor vs. Elvin Hayes; the largest crowd ever to watch a basketball game 52,000+; 1st prime time telecast of a college basketbell regular season game; starts with a minute left in the 1st half to finish)

1961 (3-11-61) Kansas (17-7) 76-79 Missouri (8-15) (ABC telecast)

1957 Season (12-21-56) Colorado 65-53 Washington