Yes it was marshall university. Bruce Morris in Feb. 7 1985 fires the shot herad around the world. 89 feet 10 inchesAnswerCan't remember name but he played for Virginia Tech and I believe shot was made against Florida State. I may have been Tic Price AnswerThe longest shot was indeed made by a player from Virginia Tech, but it was made by Les Henson--not Tic Price. The shot, which won Tech's 1980 game against Florida State, was 89'3". Real AnswerFrom the New York Times from Feb. 13th 1985:
Shot Is Revised at 89-10 HUNTINGTON, W. Va., Feb. 12 (AP) - Marshall University officials today remeasured a shot by Bruce Morris in a game last Thursday at 89 feet 10 inches, and said they would submit it to the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest in Basketball history. The shot was originally measured at 92-5 1/4, but using different parameters today, they changed the distance.
It would still be seven inches longer than the existing Guinness record of 89-3 set by Les Henson of Virginia Tech in 1980 against Florida State.
So that settles that. It is still an NCAA record, although the Guinness record is over 94 feet in a British basketball league. I live in Roanoke and root for The Hokies, but Marshall is my Alma Mater, and you gotta give this one to The HERD! Sorry Hokie Fans.
The longest winning streak in men's NCAA basketball is 88 games by UCLA from 1971-1974.
THE Wyoming Cattle
The longest game in NCAA basketball history was Cincinnati vs Bradly December 21 1981. The game was seven overtimes long and Cincinnati won 75-73.
gary bucannon from villanova
there are so many player in NCAA,who are u talking about.
the University of Kentucky has the NCAA record for most wins in college basketball history
The Kentucky Wildcats are the winningest team in NCAA Basketball history.
Tyler Hansborough has i do believe.
Army Navy Rivalry.
NCAA Basketball Tournament Most Outstanding Player was created in 1939.
Mike James - NCAA basketball player - was born in 1990.
yes there is
The longest fumble return in NCAA football history was in 1995. It happened when Paul Rivers of Rutgers returned a fumble 100 yards for a touchdown.
That differs by opinion.