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Jordan Schwartz | NCAA.com | December 30, 2015

College basketball's 5 top Facebook moments of 2015

What social media posts had you liking, commenting and sharing the most in 2015? Let’s count down the top five Facebook posts of the year based on total engagements.

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5. And the final No. 1 seed goes to …

Wisconsin drew the unenviable position of having to match up with Kentucky in the Final Four. The Badgers didn’t mind.

 

The No. 1 seed in the West Region is Wisconsin Men's Basketball! #SelectionSunday

Posted by NCAA March Madness on Sunday, March 15, 2015

4. A courtside seat

Fans were treated to a unique view of Duke’s national championship moment.

 

Clock hits zero. Streamers Fall. You're National Champions.

Posted by NCAA March Madness on Monday, April 6, 2015

3. Top 10 plays

March Madness highlights not set to music.

 

Buzzer-beaters, high-flying dunks and circus shots.We count down the top 10 plays of #MarchMadness.

Posted by NCAA March Madness on Friday, April 10, 2015

2. One Shining Moment

March Madness highlights set to music.

 

A month of memories. Watch "One Shining Moment."One Shining Moment, words and music © 1986 David Barrett, (p) 1986-2000 David Barrett.

Posted by NCAA March Madness on Monday, April 6, 2015

1. Ron Hunter has fallen off his stool!

This epic moment just HAD to top the list.

 

Incredible. #MarchMadness #GameChanger

Posted by NCAA March Madness on Thursday, March 19, 2015

 

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