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Published on Mar 26, 2008
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Michigan's Fab Five earned another shot at the National Title in 1993. In one of the most bizarre endings in tournament history, Michigan's Chris Webber called a timeout with 20 seconds remaining with the intention of setting up a potential game-winner against North Carolina. It backfired, however, when he learned that his team had zero timeouts remaining. Tournament MVP Donald Williams sank free throws to seal the win.