North Carolina made its claim to history in the Final Four on Saturday: Who misses four free throws in the final six seconds of a game — while nursing a one-point lead — and lives to tell the tale?

The Tar Heels, that’s who. Kennedy Meeks clanked a pair of free throws, but Theo Pinson tapped it back to point guard Joel Berry, who was fouled with four seconds left. He missed both, and this time, Meeks hauled in his 14th rebound of the night. He found Pinson outside the arc to burn the remaining time on the clock.

Roy Williams’ thoughts while watching the debacle?

“Oh, jump off the building. Something like that,” he said.

UNC got away with the missed free throws, on top of not making a field goal in the last 5:53, securing the 77-76 win with one of the oddest, most anticlimactic endings in sports history with millions watching in the Final Four.

Here are some of the other oddest finishes in sports history:

North Carolina vs. Michigan, 1993 NCAA national championship: The Tar Heels have a knack for this kind of thing. Chris Webber came down with a crucial rebound with 20 seconds left to play and the Wolverines trailing by two. He traveled in the backcourt, but officials missed it. He couldn’t get the ball to a guard, and he dribbled into a corner, picked up his dribble and called timeout. The Wolverines didn’t have any, which meant UNC got the ball and Webber earned a technical foul, along with a spot in college basketball infamy.