We continue our bracket-style match up between top plays. You, the fan, will cast the votes as we pick our top play of the year.
To vote: Watch the videos and then vote in the poll at the bottom of each match-up.
# 6 vs. #11 & #3 vs. #14
7 vs. 10
In the 7 vs. 10 match up we’ve got a defensive stop and a buzzer-beating alley-oop.
The No. 7 Seed – Morris Forces Big Turnover As ISU Holds On To Win
With Iowa State clinging to a three-point lead with just 8.8 seconds remaining, Monte Morris knocks the ball out off an OSU player to help the Cyclones beat the Cowboys on Senior Night at Hilton Coliseum.
The No. 10 Seed – Burton Breaks The Press And Finds Young For Slam
A perfectly executed press break resulted in Deonte Burton finding Solomon Young at the halftime buzzer as Iowa State opened up a 13-point lead on Nevada in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
7 vs. 10 Winner: Announced Thursday, May 18
2 vs. 15
Donovan Jackson hits one of the biggest threes of the season and Matt Thomas’ drills a tough shot to thwart a comeback at Hilton Coliseum in our 2 vs. 15 match up.
The No. 2 Seed – Jackson’s Corner Three Lifts ISU To Win At Allen Fieldhouse
With under 30 seconds left in overtime, Donovan Jackson hits ISU’s school-record 18th 3-pointer of the game as the Cyclones ended Kansas’ 51-game win streak inside Allen Fieldhouse.
The No. 15 Seed – Thomas Ends K-State’s Rally
After Kansas State had erased Iowa State’s 20 point lead to go in front by one, Matt Thomas hit a corner jumper in the face of a defender to put the Cyclones back in front to stay.
2 vs. 15 Winner: Announced Thursday, May 18