A dramatic end sends Gonzaga to the NCAA championship. What was supposed to be a walkover win became an all-time thriller.
The Bulldogs advanced past UCLA in dramatic fashion after surviving a close call at the end of regulation.
Freshman Jalen Suggs sank an overtime Hail Mary at the buzzer to send the Bulldogs to a 93-90 win over UCLA.
They will walk into Monday's national title game against Baylor.
Gonzaga's stays perfect this season
UCLA's Johnny Juzang scored on a outback to tie the game at 90 apiece with 3.3 seconds left on the clock. The game was set to go into second overtime when Suggs made a miracle.
The Gonzaga freshman brought the ball up half court and launched a shot from beyond the 3-point line. The ball bounced off the backboard and went in the basket to beat the buzzer.
Suggs knew he won it for his team and was already running off the court.
"Stuff like this is something your dream of as a kid. That was one of the most special games I've ever been a part of," Suggs said.
Gonzaga faces another tough test again as undefeated seasons doesn't directly constitute to championships. The Bulldogs face Baylor in the tournament's final.
Baylor dismantled Houston on the other side of the Final Four bracket as the finals will be the two top-seeded teams in their conferences.
Suggs has surely made a case for being a lottery pick but first, he is battling with history here as the now 31-0 Bulldogs is just a win away from the first perfect season in college basketball since 45 years.
The last team to go undefeated was Indiana in 1976.