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By Marc Lawrence, — Miami’s guards were the talk of the Texas-Miami Elite Eight matchup, and no one delivered more than Jordan Miller.

The mark was previously achieved by Christian Laettner in Duke’s legendary 104-103 win over Kentucky in overtime on March 28, 1992. Laettner went 10 of 10 from the field and 10 of 10 at the line for 31 points total

Miller, who made an immediate impact on the game with five of Miami’s first seven points, achieved a feat that has been achieved just one other time in NCAA Tournament history and hadn’t been done in over 30 years: Going at least 7 of 7 from both the field and on free throws.

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