In 1982, Virginia was on the wrong end of the greatest upset in college basketball history, falling to Chaminade 77-72 in Hawaii. Thirty-six years later, the Cavaliers found a way to one-up Ralph Sampson’s squad by becoming the first No. 1 seed to lose to a No. 16 seed.
After some surprising success this season, and a miss on Kirk Cousins in free agency, the Jets turned to a scenario they’d been planning on for months: the aggressive move to trade up for the third pick in April’s draft.
For a while, Marshall was the Cinderella star of Day 2 of March Madness—that is, until UMBC did the unthinkable and not only beat No. 1 Virginia, but throttled it in the kind of upset the tournament had never seen.
Blake Griffin began the season as a star hoping to stake his claim as one of the NBA's best regardless of the changes around him. The changes have kept coming for Griffin, but the success hasn’t always followed.