The University of Maryland-Baltimore County proved that anything can happen in the NCAA Tournament.
After pulling off the upset of all NCAA upsets, the 16th-seeded Retrievers get a day to rest and recharge following their history-making win over No. 1 seed Virginia.
No. 11 seed Loyola-Chicago and No. 13 seed Buffalo return to the floor when the second round opens Saturday, hoping to keep the underdog mojo going.
Though maybe don't call them "Cinderella" teams.
"I feel like the way — not only the game last night but the way we won, showed everybody that it wasn't a fluke," guard CJ Massinburg said Friday, referring to the Bulls' 89-68...