With the sad news that former North Carolina coach Dean Smith is suffering from memory loss, here's his five greatest games. With so many to chose from, we could make a top-50 list.

5. UNC 102, Duke 100 (1995) » North Carolina rallied from a nine-point deficit in the final 6:18 to force overtime at Cameron Indoor. Then Duke rallied from a nine-point deficit to force a second OT as Jeff Capel hit a 35-footer at the buzzer.

4. UNC 96, Duke 92 (1974) » Some believe this was the greatest comeback in college basketball history, with North Carolina rallying from eight points down with 17 seconds left to force OT. The Tar Heels did it with two turnovers and a Walter Davis bank shot at the buzzer.

3. U.S. 95, Yugoslavia 74 (1976) » After the United States suffered its first basketball loss in Olympic history at the 1972 Games in Munich, Smith coached it back to glory in Montreal. The team included Tar Heels standouts Davis, Mitch Kupchak, Tom LaGarde and Phil Ford.

2. UNC 77, Michigan 71 (1993) » Against Michigan's Fab Five of brilliant freshmen, the Heels came back behind the scoring of Donald Williams and with the help of a timeout call by the Wolverines' Chris Webber when his team had none. It was Smith's second NCAA title.

1. UNC 63, Georgetown 62 (1982) » After Michael Jordan hit a jumper with 17 seconds left, Georgetown's Fred Brown threw an errant pass to Carolina's James Worthy as Smith delivered an NCAA championship after six unsuccessful trips to the Final Four.