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Charlotte Smith’s legendary title-winning buzzer-beater came after anxious moments, uncertainty


With one legendary shot, cemented her spot in UNC women’s basketball history, but not without some anxious moments and confusion. The Tar Heels trailed Louisiana Tech by two in the 1994 NCAA championship game with 0.7 of a second left. In the huddle, coach diagrammed a play for Smith to win it with a 3-pointer. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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Charlotte Smith’s legendary title-winning buzzer-beater came after anxious moments, uncertainty


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