The Indiana High School Athletic Association recently made this rare footage of the final minutes of the 1954 State Championship game that inspired the classic film Hoosiers availableā€”though you'll have to go to IHSAA's site to see the final seconds. Milan High, with an enrollment of 162 students, defeated Muncie Central (1,662 enrolled) 32-30 and would become the stuff of suburban legend.

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The backdrop you see in grainy black and white is Butler Fieldhouse, where the back-to-back national runners-up Butler Bulldogs still play. At the time, Indiana famously held a single state tournament, where all teams competed against each other regardless of size.

The footage also includes interviews with some of the players, including the real-life Jimmy Chitwood, whose actual name is the equally memorable Bobby Plump. It is well worth a watch.