Jalen Suggs calls game and Gonzaga stays perfect in March Madness 2021: The finish that set social media ablaze

What. A. Game.

Thanks to freshman Jalen Suggs' buzzer-beating 3-pointer, the top-seeded Gonzaga Bulldogs outlasted 11-seed UCLA 93-90 in overtime. Drew Timme scored 25 points for the Zags, who held off the underdog Bruins and Johnny Juzang's 29 points in one of the best Final Four games ever.

According to ESPN Stats & Information, Gonzaga and UCLA combined to shoot 58.2%, the highest combined field goal percentage in a Final Four game since the 1985 national title game between Villanova and Georgetown (63.0%). Saturday's game also finished with 19 lead changes, the most in any NCAA tournament game this year, according to Stats Perform.

Undefeated Gonzaga will face fellow No. 1 seed Baylor in the NCAA tournament championship game on Monday.

Naturally, athletes across all sports, from LeBron James to Patrick Mahomes, chimed in on the memorable ending to a back-and-forth contest.

As did alums from both Gonzaga (Rui Hachimura, Kelly Olynyk) and UCLA (Kevin Love, Zach LaVine and Lonzo Ball).

And of course, no Gonzaga win is complete without Mark Few showing off his dance moves in the locker room: