Late in an NBA game, all a team has to do is call a timeout to get the ball advanced over halfcourt before attempting a shot late in the game. This is a huge advantage for a trailing team, who can move the ball 60 feet up the floor and draw up a play to get a good shot, by simply calling a timeout.
In the NCAA, this rule is not in place and what you have as a result is a lot of full-court inbounds plays and drawn up end-of-game scenarios. In the case of college basketball, a team has to go the length of the floor in order to hit a last-second miracle shot. This is highly unlikely.
Chris Broussard and Brian Noe debate a possible rule change, proposed by Noe, that would allow college teams a timeout advancement but NOT grant them the chance to draw up a play. Listen below.