The tradition and mystique of Notre Dame's basketball program is filled with great coaches, extraordinary players and memorable moments. Fantastic finishes, come-from-behind victories and last-second heroics have made headlines throughout the years. Irish upsets over No. 1-ranked teams have become legendary. Great Moments in Notre Dame Basketball: Volume 1 features some of those memorable games and moments for the first time on DVD. Relive the excitement of games that have shaped the history and tradition of Fighting Irish basketball. 1974: Notre Dame's 71-70 conquest of No. 1 UCLA ends the Bruins' NCAA record 88-game win streak 1981: Orlando Woolridge's last-second jumper gives the Irish a 57-56 victory over top-ranked Virginia and All-American Ralph Sampson 1958: Tom Hawkins scores 43 points in a 98-70 victory over Air Force 2003: Notre Dame earns a Sweet 16 appearance in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 16 years with a 68-60 victory over No. 10 Illinois 2002: The Irish capture the prestigious BB&T Classic in Washington, DC, with a 98-90 win over No. 2 Texas, the culmination of three top-10 wins in six days 1980: The memorable 76-74 double-overtime thriller against No. 1 De Paul at the Joyce Center 1987: Led by David Rivers, Notre Dame erases a 16-point lead in a 60-58 thriller over No. 1 North Carolina Plus many more exciting moments narrated by Jack Nolan, veteran color analyst for Notre Dame basketball.
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