WATCH: Villanova announcers' call, arena fan reactions are incredible
The team stream call and fan reactions to Villanova's buzzer-beater win against North Carolina in the national championship game.
Villanova just beat North Carolina in one of the greatest finishes to an NCAA Tournament national championship ever, so naturally everyone is a little charged up. On one side, there is the devastation for North Carolina, and the Crying MJ's that followed. On the other side is absolute elation for Villanova as Kris Jenkins' caps one of the most impressive runs in tournament history.
Villanova crushed its competition, beating March Madness opponents by more than 24 points per game before tangling with the Tar Heels in the title game. After nine ties and nine lead changes, Villanova had the ball with less than five seconds left looking to top Marcus Paige's off-balance 3-pointer and keep the game from going to overtime.
Ryan Arcidiacono flipped the ball to Kris Jenkins, and the shot that followed will be remembered in NCAA Tournament history forever. The reactions only enhance the experience for Villanova fans, and you can bet the reactions are incredible.
First, from the Team Stream broadcast.
The Villanova teamstream call of the final shot pic.twitter.com/vTYkVo4txm— The Cauldron (@TheCauldron) April 5, 2016
Now, fans inside NRG Stadium and around the country:
The scene at the Pavilion and around Philly looked awesome.
REACTION: What the game-winning shot looked like from a near-campus bar.— Comcast SportsNet (@CSNPhilly) April 5, 2016
And Jay Wright, the coldest dude in the building.
Let's talk about Jay Wright slow-playing one of the most exciting moments in sports history.https://t.co/Nss642Fnjx— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) April 5, 2016
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