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Video: The Top 10 Buzzer Beaters Of 2013, So Far

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In 2013, there have been an exorbitant amount of buzzer beaters, and we're only 13 days into the calendar year. So why not take an early shot at ranking them?

Here's a list of the top ten last-second desperation shots that found the nylon in 2013, so far. It's mostly from college competition, but there were a few from high school and middle school that were too good to pass up.

One thing is for certain, you can't argue with No. 1. 

Get Started >> No. 10 - UC Davis

10. Corey Hawkins lifts UC Davis over Cal Poly, 69-67.

Next >> No. 9 - Delaware

9. Devon Saddler helps Delaware defeat Georgia State.

Next >> No. 8 - Boise State

8. Boise State's Jeff Elorriaga gives Wyoming its first loss of the season.

Next >> No. 7 - Texas

7. Texas' Jonathan Holmes nails a three-ball to tie the game, but WVU prevails in OT.

Next >> No. 6 - Pitt

6. Marquette's horrible defense allows Pitt's Lamar Patterson to take a wide-open three to tie the game. Pitt lost in OT.

Next >> No. 5 - Colorado

5. Colorado's Sabotino Chen hits buzzer beater to take down unbeaten Arizona, but it somehow got waived off.

Next >> No. 4 - Poca High School

4. Noah Frampton takes a full-court-length pass from Matt Chandler and makes a "Laettner-esque" shot to give Poca High School the win over Scott High School in West Virginia.

Next >> No. 3 - Kansas

3. Kansas' Ben McLemore saves the Jawhawks from losing to Iowa State. They won in OT.

Next >> No. 2 - Marquette

2. Marquette's Junior Cadougan hits the pull-up three to take UConn to overtime, where the Golden Eagles prevailed.

Next >> No. 1 - Matt DeMember

1. WINNER: Remember the name; Matt DeMember. Kid's going to be a star.