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Oct 2, 2014
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FHM Nation, were you able to watch yesterday's UAAP Final Four thriller between the De La Salle Green Archers and the FEU Tamaraws? Better yet, were you guys able to catch the final seconds of the game?

If you somehow missed the whole thing, check this out:


Video via ABS-CBN Sports + Action 

#BoomPanes!

You know what this means? The Tamaraws and the NU Bulldogs, who had to overcome the Ateneo Blue Eagles' twice to beat advantage, will be going for the title in this year's UAAP Finals. Congratulations in advance, you guys!

Interestingly enough, this marks the first time in 21 years that a UAAP Finals series will not involve Ateneo or La Salle. It's like the end of an era, right?

Don't believe us? Join us as we take another look at all the UAAP Finals series that took place in the last two decades. You'd be surprised how good these schools actually are!


1994

The Green Archers toppled the UST Growling Tigers in Game 1, 77-74, but went on to lose the next two games in their best-of-three series. It is worth noting that UST swept the elimination round just a year prior, so there's no shame in losing to the mighty Tigers.


Video via Mark Hernandez


1995

After winning Game 1 against UST, La Salle once again failed to finish the UAAP Finals series and succumbed to the Tigers, 67-64, in Game 3.  

La SallePhoto via Pinoyexchange.com

 
1996

Did we mention that the Tigers went on a four-peat back in the '90s? Third time did not prove to be the charm as UST once again defeated La Salle in two games. For some reason, the Archers just couldn’t get it done!


Video via Mark Hernandez 


1997

DLSU finally got some retribution by eliminating UST in the semifinals, but they were ultimately defeated by FEU in the finals. If it’s any consolation, both games were nail-biters.

La SallePhoto via hotfishballs.wordpress.com


1998

  Finally! The Archers were tired of finishing at second place, and it showed in their 72-47 decimation of the Tamaraws in the series opener. FEU tried to put up a fight in Game 2, but alas, it was La Salle’s time to shine. The Green Archers were chokers no more!


Video via bruticus2005


NEXT: Enter Ateneo!


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