Sporting News:'40 Minutes of Hell' to Hog Heaven

By Bill Bender

The defining sequence of Arkansas’ 1994 national championship run came in the final game of its season, fittingly, with “1:00” left on the clock against Duke.

Clint McDaniel passed to Corey Beck, who took two dribbles to the right baseline; star forward Corliss Williamson was too close, so Beck flipped a pass back to Dwight Stewart, a 6-9 center with a smooth touch; he bobbled Beck’s pass, but gathered control of the ball and flipped it to Scotty Thurman in the wing; Thurman splashed a rainbow 3 with just a second remaining on the shot clock and 50.7 seconds left in the game.

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