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Eric Devendorf’s moment of zen 10 years after legendary shot that wasn’t

It would have been one of the biggest shots in Big East history; his name would have been mentioned at this time every year. Instead, it was a tick too late and a legendary shot was replaced by a legendary game. “It was just time to get back to work, time to go back and play against a great UConn team,” Eric Devendorf told The Post this week. “Obviously we didn’t know it was going to six overtimes. I always tell people, the shot was just the setup to the greatest college game ever. I guess it worked out.” Six overtimes, 70 minutes and 244 total points to be exact. Two Hall of Fame coaches at the helm of two blue-chip programs. All under the bright lights of the world’s greatest basketball stage. Ten years ago Tuesday, one ...