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2015 Final Four: Every "One Shining Moment" since 1987

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Beyond its place as the greatest — only? — traditional montage in sports, “One Shining Moment” is a time capsule.

Since 1987, David Barrett’s “One Shining Moment” has played over highlights of the NCAA Tournament after the championship game. Like the names and faces in the highlights, the voices have changed over the years, too, with Teddy Pendergrass, Luther Vandross and Jennifer Hudson singing “One Shining Moment” during its 27-year run.

Before Monday night’s championship game, take a trip down memory lane with nearly every edition of “One Shining Moment” since 1987.

1987 (National champion: Indiana)

Beyond its place as the greatest — only? — traditional montage in sports, “One Shining Moment” is a time capsule.

Since 1987, David Barrett’s “One Shining Moment” has played over highlights of the NCAA Tournament after the championship game. Like the names and faces in the highlights, the voices have changed over the years, too, with Teddy Pendergrass, Luther Vandross and Jennifer Hudson singing “One Shining Moment” during its 27-year run.

Before Monday night’s championship game, take a trip down memory lane with every edition of “One Shining Moment” since 1987.

1988 (National champion: Kansas)

1989 (National champion: Michigan)

1990 (National champion: UNLV)

1991 (National champion: Duke)

1992 (National champion: Duke)

1993 (National champion: North Carolina)

1994 (National champion: Arkansas)

1995 (National champion: UCLA)

1996 (National champion: Kentucky)

1997 (National champion: Arizona)

1998 (National champion: Kentucky)

1999 (National champion: UConn)

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2000 (National champion: Michigan State)

2001 (National champion: Duke)

2002 (National champion: Maryland)

2003 (National champion: Syracuse)

2004 (National champion: UConn)

2005 (National champion: North Carolina)

2006 (National champion: Florida)

2007 (National champion: Florida)

2008 (National champion: Kansas)

2009 (National champion: North Carolina)

2010 (National champion: Duke)

2011 (National champion: UConn)

2012 (National champion: Kentucky)

2013 (National champion: Louisville)

2014 (National champion: UConn)

2015 (National champion: Duke)