Anyone could have guessed that top-seeded Virginia versus University of Maryland Baltimore County would be a 20-point blowout.
But who would have predicted it would be the biggest upset in the history of the NCAA tournament?
UMBC — an acronym unfamiliar to most people before Friday night — shocked the college basketball world with a 74-54 victory over Virginia, becoming the first No. 16 seed ever to beat a No. 1.
Princeton, East Tennessee State and Western Carolina all came close. But until this stunner in Charlotte, N.C., No. 16s were 0-135.
The Retrievers had never beaten an Atlantic Coast Conference team.
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