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>> March Madness, the time when history can be made, and hearts broken. For the first time in college basketball history, a team ranked number 16 has bested the number one during the closely watched tournament. The scrappy University of Maryland Baltimore County Retrievers shutting down the University of Virginia Cavaliers in what is being called one of the biggest upsets ever for college basketball.
The Retrievers weren't even supposed to be there, let alone win. This was only their second time in the tournament, Virginia has been there 21 times. It was like the NCAA's version of David versus Goliath. Virginia's record for the season, 31-3. UMBC's 25-10 but they didn't play like they had a chip on their shoulder, taking a lead right out of the gate.
Their success no doubt causing many college basketball fans to just rip up their brackets as they try to bet which team will ultimately become this year's champion. The Retrievers are back on court Sunday, to go up against higher ranked Kansas state.