Terrence Allen had one at Nebraska in the early 80's. I still remember Pete Taylor announcing that the "six footer took off and smashed it through!" It broke open a close game and the Clones won something like 68-51 in the Devaney Center. I remember that NU had Ponce and Stan Cloudy at the time.
It was a dunk that changed a game. Nebraska played like they didn't want to lose and ISU just took it to them. The crowd left 10 minutes into the second half. They had better players but the ISU team that night didn't feel like losing. They were high flying and scrambling for every loose ball.
It was supposed to be yet another loss on the road but turned into a blow-out win. Gotta love college sports.
All I can speak of is dunks I've seen live. Both of my awards go to a certain Rahshon Clark.
The best dunk I have ever seen live by an ISU player was Rahshon's put back dunk in Minnesota. I still don't think that dunk gets enough credit. It was just crazy how extended his arm was.
The dunk that changed the environment the most in Hilton that I've witnessed is either Fizer over Mihm or the Stinson-Blalock-Clark dunk in the Virginia game. I think that was the loudes I've ever personally heard Hilton.
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