Any discussion of the greatest comebacks in sports starts with the same list.
Reggie Miller scoring eight points in 8.9 seconds to bring the Pacers back from six down against the Knicks in '95.
The Red Sox, mired in an 86-year drought, down 3-0 to the hated rival Yankees in the 2004 ALCS and facing Mariano Rivera in the bottom of the ninth down 4-3 in Game 4, winning that game on a Big Papi home run in the 12th, ultimately winning the series and the World Series.
The 2016 Cubs, mired in an even longer drought (108 years!) being down 3-1 in the World Series to Cleveland only to come back and win it all.
That same year, the Cleveland Cavaliers coming back from down 3-1 to the 73-win Golden State Warriors, the most successful regular-season team in NBA history, to win the NBA championship.
There's then-backup quarterback Frank Reich leading the Bills to victory against the Houston Oilers after being down 35-3 in the 1992 wild-card game. The Bills don't make it to the third of four Super Bowls in a row if Reich doesn't make this win happen.
Texas A&M men's basketball, overtime winners after being down 12 to Northern Iowa with only 44.3 seconds left to play in the first round of the 2016 NCAA tournament.
And, of course, there is "28-3." The Patriots, down 25 to Atlanta in the third quarter of Super Bowl LI, only to come back and win it in overtime.
There are golfers, tennis players and soccer teams. I'm sure you could add any number of your favorites to this list of greatest sports comebacks of all time.
A list that now includes Jacobb Lemos of Yucaipa, California.