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With three seconds left in overtime and Michigan trailing Seton Hall by one point, Wolverines guard Rumeal Robinson stepped to the free-throw line for a one-and-one. Just a 65.6 percent free-throw shooter, Robinson calmly converted both shots, giving the Wolverines a national championship. Michigan's title run as a whole was pretty shocking. Just prior to the tourney, Michigan AD Bo Schembechler fired coach Bill Frieder, who had announced he would be leaving for Arizona State at season's end. Schembechler wanted a "Michigan man" to coach the Wolverines, and he handed the keys to top assistant Steve Fisher.

Photo: Manny Millan, John W. McDonough/SI

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