1. NCAA Shocker

    Florida Gulf Coast Conquers Georgetown

    PHILADELPHIA, PA - MARCH 22:  Christophe Varidel #5 (R) and Chase Fieler #20 of the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles celebrate their 78-68 win as Otto Porter Jr. #22 of the Georgetown Hoyas walks off of the court dejected during the second round of the 2013 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Wells Fargo Center on March 22, 2013 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)


    This is already one heck of a tournament for anomalies. Florida Gulf Coast, which received a No. 15 seed on Selection Sunday, won its NCAA tournament game against Georgetown Friday, with a 78-68 victory. The win makes FGCU only the seventh No. 15 seed to ever beat a No. 2. The historic upset was no last-minute miracle, either: what was only a two-point lead at halftime became as many as 19 points throughout the second half of the game, with the Georgetown Hoyas never coming closer than within five points down the final stretch. Not bad for a team in only its second year of NCAA eligibility.

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