Only three teams in NCAA Division I history have overcome a deficit of 30 or more points to win. Drexel was the last to do it, setting an NCAA record after rallying from 34 points down to stun Delaware in Feb. 2018. But the wild unpredictability of college basketball doesn’t stop there. Teams have made headlines for comebacks of all shapes and sizes. These are 9 of the craziest:

Largest deficit overcome to win — Drexel vs. Delaware on Feb. 22, 2018 (34 points)

The situation: Drexel, riding a four-game losing streak, appeared to be heading for a fifth against Delaware. The Dragons went more than five minutes between their first and second field goals of the game, staring at a 22-point deficit by the under-12 official timeout. In the closing minutes of the half, the hole had deepened to 34 points as Delaware shot 62 percent from the floor and 63 percent from 3.

The result: Enter Tramaine Isabell. The junior sparked new life into Drexel while nearly outscoring Delaware by himself in the second half. Isabell dropped 22 points and six assists against one turnover in the half as the Dragons’ field goal percentage surged to 57 percent, closing the game on a 22-6 run. Isabell had seven of the Dragons’ last nine points over the final 3:50, including the game-winning free throws with 2.2 seconds remaining. He finished an assist shy of a triple-double as he willed the Dragons to an 85-83 win.

Largest halftime deficit overcome to win — Duke vs. Tulane on Dec. 30, 1950 (29 points)

The situation: Trailing Tulane by three points in the first half of the 1950 Dixie Classic, Duke went cold from the floor for more than seven minutes. During that time, the Green Wave’s lead ballooned to 25 points and topped out at 29 by halftime.

The result:  Before Drexel’s monumental rally 68 years later, Duke held the record for college basketball’s largest comeback. The Blue Devils trimmed the lead to 20 with eight minutes to go before Dick Groat took over. Groat netted 24 of his 32 points in the second half, including 12 in the last four minutes. Fatigue may have affected Tulane, which attempted 105 shots for the game. The Green Wave struggled to find the bottom of the net over the last 10 minutes as Groat leveled the game at 72 before Dayton Allen put in the game-winning shot.

Largest second half deficit overcome to win — Kentucky vs. LSU on Feb. 15, 1994 and Duke vs. Tulane on Dec. 30, 1950 (31 points)