It's a headline writer's dream.
With the outcome in the balance until the game's final seconds, stories are left with room at the top, thoughts usually typed up but without complete context. There's also the headline, blank until the clock strikes zero.
The field goal gets tipped, hits the upright, then the crossbar and only then do the final words get tapped into the keys. The finishing touch is the headline, the attention-grabber, the one that will sit above the fold and be stamped in 100 font.
Here's a look at some front pages from Monday morning from both Philadelphia and Chicago.
Finally, here's how NBCSportsPhiladelphia had it, a witty bit of alliteration.