The Game That Changed College Basketball Forever (2018)

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A feature length documentary film that revisits the historic 1974 ACC Championship game between NC State and Maryland and its ultimate impact on the game of college basketball.

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Charles 'Lefty' Driesell ...
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Len Elmore ...
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John Lucas ...
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David Thompson ...
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Tom McMillan ...
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Monte Towe ...
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What if I told you that in 1974 the number #1 ranked college basketball team in the nation would play the number #4 ranked team in the nation to overtime in their conference tournament final and the loser would not make the NCAA Tournament? The Game That Changed College Basketball Forever is a feature length documentary film that revisits the historic 1974 ACC Championship game between NC State and Maryland and its ultimate impact on the game of college basketball. Written by Shuaib Mitchell

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$500,000 (estimated)
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The 1974 ACC Championship Game featuring the University of Maryland v:s N.C State was widely considered the greatest college basketball game ever played until Duke defeated Kentucky 104 to 103 in the 1992 NCAA East Regional Final. See more »

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