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Breana Bacon | NCAA.com | February 23, 2018

March Madness: The 7 biggest comebacks in men's Final Four history

Drexel entered the NCAA record books Thursday night, overcoming a 34-point deficit to beat Delaware 85-83.

Even though the Dragons performance doesn't guarantee them a ticket to the NCAA tournament in March, the game had all of the feels of March Madness.

Here are the biggest comebacks in men's Final Four history:

Final Four

Team vs. Opponent Point Deficit Trailed Time left, Half Final Score Date
Duke vs. Maryland 22 17-39 6:37, 1st 94-84 Mar. 31, 2001
Seton Hall vs. Duke 18 8-26 8:36, 1st 95-78 Apr. 1, 1989
Kansas vs. Ohio State 13 21-34 0:24, 1st 64-62 Mar. 31, 2013
Duke vs. Florida 13 32-45 17:58, 2nd 70-65 Apr. 4, 1994
Duke vs. Indiana 12 27-39 2:03, 1st 81-78 Apr. 4, 1992
Championship
Team vs. Opponent Point Deficit Trailed Time left, Half Final Score Date
Loyola Chicago vs. Cincinnati 15 30-45 14:00, 2nd 60-58 (OT) Mar. 23, 1963
Kentucky vs. Utah 12 33-45 17:48, 2nd 78-69 Mar. 30, 1998

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