Sometimes it only takes one game for a player to become a fixture in college basketball history. For Keith Smart, it took just one shot. Smart was never recognized much in high school or at Indiana, but the 1987 national championship game changed his life forever. With the Hoosiers trailing Syracuse by one and the clock winding under 10 seconds, Smart swished a 16-foot jumper along the baseline to lift Indiana to its fifth national title. While Smart’s NBA career was short-lived, “The Shot” would soon become one of March Madness’ most memorable moments.