It's been 10 years since Steph Curry became Steph Curry. 

In 2008, he was the point-a-minute shooter who led Davidson to within one basket of the Final Four.

The Wildcats, believe it or not, haven't won an NCAA tournament game since that memorable run. They'll try to stop that against Kentucky on Thursday.

Coach Bob McKillop, who was there in 2008 and is still there now, says Curry remains with the Wildcats wherever they go. 

``Davidson College, no matter where you go in the United States or across the world, the recognizable name is Steph Curry,'' McKilliop said. ``And what's wonderful about that is, Steph Curry has taken ownership of that.''

For two weeks in March 2008, he owned college basketball.


His point totals, and 3-point shooting from the four games: 

40, 8 for 10 vs. Gonzaga

30, 5 for 15 vs. Georgetown

33, 6 for 11 vs. Wisconsin

25, 4 for 16 vs. Kansas, where he passed out of a double-team with time expiring and never had a look at the winning shot. 

Though the Wildcats failed to make the Final Four, Curry set them up for success for years to come. Even today's players say they want to be like him. 

``When I was 11, my dad had just given me a magazine article,'' Davidson guard Kellan Grady said. ``It was a picture of Steph Curry shooting, and that's when I got exposed to Steph and the 2008 team. And ever since, I've followed Davidson, and especially Steph.''