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Indiana State
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Alabama
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LSU
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Auburn
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Georgia
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Fan Voting Open for March Madness 75th Anniv.

01/09/2013
Athletic Communications
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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – University of Arkansas basketball fans can vote for former Razorbacks U.S. Reed and Corliss Williamson to be a part of the NCAA’s March Madness all-time players and moments.  The fan voting is a part of the 75th anniversary of the NCAA basketball tournament and fan votes will help determine the top 15 all-time players in tournament history as well as the top moment and top all-time team.

Reed’s halfcourt shot against Louisville in the 1981 NCAA Tournament is a nominee for the top moment.  The play, along with two others that happened moments apart and were broadcast nationwide, is considered one of the signature moments that made March Madness what it is today.  It is one of 35 events that are up for the top moment in tournament history.

Williamson is one of 75 players up for the 15 all-time players.  He is listed under the forwards section of top players and in three NCAA Tournaments averaged 20.2 points, 7.4 rebounds, 1.1 blocks, 1.7 steals and 2.8 assists per game.  He led the Razorbacks to the 1994 NCAA Championship and 1995 NCAA title game.

To vote for the NCAA March Madness teams, moments and players, fans should got to NCAA.com/MarchMadness.

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