March Madness: The 10 Best NCAA Tournament Upsets in History

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March Madness: The 10 Best NCAA Tournament Upsets in History

Everyone loves an underdog but hates a bracket-buster. As March Madness 2014 kicks off get ready to relive some of the most memorable triumphs in the tournament's history.

In 2001, Hampton became another one of those “what-state-are-they-from?” schools to beat one of the tournament favorites in the first round. The 15-seeded Pirates got the win in dramatic fashion, going on a 14-2 run over the last eight minutes, which finished with a game winning shot by Hampton’s Tarvis Williams with 6.9 seconds to go. The basket gave Hampton a 58-57 lead, which ended up being the final score after a missed lay up by Iowa State’s Jamaal Tinsley with just over a second to play. Like all other 15-seeds to survive the first round, they didn’t win another game, but the damage was done.

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