The game-winning 3-pointer that Gonzaga’s Jalen Suggs hit on the final play of the Bulldogs’ win over the UCLA Bruins in the Final Four not only sent the then-undefeated Zags to the national championship game, but was immediately etched into March Madness lore.

Given the stakes, the school and, especially, the shot distance, Suggs’ buzzer beater had all the makings of a “Where were you when?” moment. But where does it rank among the longest, game-winning buzzer beaters in NCAA men’s basketball tournament history? We have the answers.

Sports Reference has compiled a list of every game-winning buzzer beater in tournament history. Here they are:

T8. Donte Ingram, Loyola Chicago