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It's The Anniversary Of The Two Nastiest, Most Famous Moves In College Basketball - Which One Ya Got?

This fucking asshole. I say that as the Kentucky fan and this was part of the reason he ripped my heart out. But as a college basketball fan? This is a must watch every single year. One of the all-time conference tournament moments. 10 years ago Kemba just flat out ruined Pitt's program. Pretty sure they haven't been relevant since Gary McGhee just crumbled to the ground. Pretty unfair to have a center switch onto Kemba with the game on the line. This moment just reminds me how damn awesome the Big East Tournament was/is. There was something about the old Big East obviously with the extra games, the Aeropostale/American Eagle sponsorship. The late night games. 

Now with that in mind, we're 2 days away from the 26th anniversary of THE filthiest move in college basketball. 

Take your dunks, take your no look passes, take your Kemba stepback. Nothing compares to this.

March 12, 1995 is a day that I’ll never forget. Seven year old Reags sitting in his family room locked in to the ACC Tournament, watching his dad's Wake Forest Demon Deacons. Something magical happened that day, folks. Something called the Randolph Childress come hither.

Randolph Childress making Jeff McInnis  flop around like a fish out of water. You had Dean Smith notoriously screaming for a technical. All of this as Childress not only embarrassed McInnis but the buried the shot in front of the UNC bench. I mean to have the balls to give the get up and defend this is just unreal. Throw in that that happened in the goddamn ACC Championship game too and really set the tone as this happened with about 6 minutes to go in the first half.

Everyone talks about the Gerry McNamara and Kemba Walker tournament runs, nothing will top what Childress did in 1995. He scored 37 points in that championship game, including the game-winner which was a runner in the middle of the lane with less than 5 seconds to go. He scored 107 points for the tournament, which broke a record set in 1957. Quite frankly, I still can’t believe that Wake team didn’t make a Final Four. They lost in the Sweet 16 to Oklahoma State and Big Country. But, Wake had Childress, Tim Duncan, Tony Rutland, Rusty LaRue and Travis Banks.

I vote for Childress. I wore 22 my entire life because of him, because of this play. He gave McInnis the come hither and drilled the shot. It was the original filth. But this is America and we vote here. Vote 1 for Kemba, 10 for Randolph.