NCAA 2016 Men’s Final Four:Villanova wins National Championship with Kris Jenkins’ 3 point buzzer shot

Posted on April 5, 2016

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villawins2NRG Stadium on April 4, 2016 in Houston, Texas

NCAA 2016 Men’s Final Four: Villanova wins National Championship with Kris Jenkins’ 3 point buzzer shot.

With only 4.7 seconds left on the clock after North Carolina’ Paige tied the game 74-74 with jaw dropping double-clutch three-pointer—Villanova shocks fans with Jenkins’ game winning buzzer shot.

This game will be marked as one of the most fascinating game ending 4 seconds in the history of a NCAA National Championship game.

With two emotional twist made on the foundation of both heart and skill within the last seconds of the game—we will be running these playbacks for decades.

The win gives Villanova its first national title since 1985.

Villanova finished with the highest tournament shooting percentage by a champion in the last 50 years.

With both Michael Jordan and Vince Young proud of Paige’ 3 point to tie the game—4 seconds seemed like triumph and another title for the victorious blue North Carolina.

With the solid defense of Villanova and the offensive attitude at the end of the game—even Michael Jordan cheering in the stands couldn’t stop the perseverance of Villanova. Pressure builds diamonds and if you ever doubted the power of attitude—watch the last 4 seconds of the 2016 NCAA National Championship game and become an instant believer.

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NRG Stadium on April 4, 2016 in Houston, Texas (Jazzmin Smith and H-Town Media House)

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