The day that will go down in college basketball buzzer-beater lore [Videos]

Alabama Crimson Tide guard Trevor Releford (12) is celebrates with his teammates after making a shot from mid-court to beat the Georgia Bulldogs 61-58 at Coleman Coliseum. (Kelly Lambert-USA TODAY Sports)

Alabama Crimson Tide guard Trevor Releford (12) is celebrates with his teammates after making a shot from mid-court to beat the Georgia Bulldogs 61-58 at Coleman Coliseum. (Kelly Lambert-USA TODAY Sports)

Did you check your calendars, sports fans? Yes, the Madness has officially descended upon the college basketball universe, and it announced its presence in a Saturday frenzy of big-time blowouts, monumental upsets, and, of course, a quintet of buzzer-beaters that affected the Bracket-busting landscape from coast to coast.

Check out five insane buzzer-beaters from a day of March basketball that truly was totally mad.

We’ve made that statement under the assumption that you did not see all five of these insane buzzer-beating moments from Saturday, but if you did, take a few minutes to relive them all now.

Air Forces flexes some Mountain West muscle to upset No. 12 New Mexico, 89-88, on Senior Day

Valparaiso’s Ryan Broekhoff goes Draino on a fallaway three-pointer to send his Crusaders to the Horizon League Tourney championship game

Wright State’s Miles Dixon buries a shot from a funky, behind-the-backboard angle to dramatically send the Raiders to a Horizon League showdown with buzzer-beating Valpo

Belmont’s Kerron Johnson hit a last-second shot to send the Ohio Valley Championship game into overtime. Five minutes later, Johnson was back at it again, giving Belmont the OVU auto-bid in its first year in the league and sending a very good Murray State team to the NIT.

Alabama’s Trevor Relaford buries a half-court buzzer-beater to give the Tide an epic win over Georgia in both basketball and football

Yeah, the Madness has officially arrived — are you ready?

Because if games keep ending like this, we’re straight up not quite sure if we are.

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