Christian Laettner starred for the 1991 and 1992 NCAA champion Duke University Blue Devils. He is generally considered one of the greatest college basketball players of all time. He is now retired after 13 seasons in the NBA. Laettner is especially known for his game-winning last-second jump shot on March 28 in Duke's dramatic 104-103 victory over RIck Pitino's Kentucky Wildcats in the East regional final of the 1992 NCAA Tournament, acclaimed by many as the "greatest college basketball game ever played." Laettner's buzzer beater shot is often now referred to simply as "the shot." Rick Pitino is now the head basketball coach at the University of Louisville. He has also served as head coach at Boston University and Providence College as well as at the University of Kentucky, leading that program to the NCAA championship in 1996. Pitino holds the distinction of being the only men's coach in NCAA history to lead three different schools (Providence, Kentucky, and Louisville) to the Final Four. Ad from March 2009.