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The final seconds of North Carolina's Elite Eight victory over Kentucky were vintage March Madness.

With less than 10 seconds to go, Kentucky's Malik Monk nailed a three pointer to tie the game at 73.

As Kentucky fans celebrated the late comeback, the Tar Heels raced the ball up the court.

The ball ended up in the hands of sophomore Luke Maye, who drained a jumper to give North Carolina the 75-73 lead with only 0.3 seconds left.

Game: Tar Heels.

Videos taken at sports bars along State Street in Lexington perfectly capture Wildcat fans going from unbridled joy to utter shock in just 10 seconds.

Check out the Herald-Leader's amazing 360-degree view above.

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The Tar Heels advanced to the Final Four on Saturday in Phoenix, where they will face Oregon. 

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