Princeton players run on the court after upsetting UCLA in March 1996.
David E. Klutho for Sports Illustrated

In this week’s episode of the SI Vault Podcast, Ted Keith talks with Time Magazine senior writer and former college basketball player Sean Gregory about the Princeton-Georgetown game in 1989, in which the Tigers almost beat the Hoyas in what would have been one of the greatest upsets in sports history.

By SI.com Staff
March 16, 2016

The SI Vault Podcast takes you through sports history with a dive into the archives of Sports Illustrated. Host Ted Keith speaks with legendary athletes as well as the writers who produced some of the most memorable pieces in the magazine’s 61-year history, and every week will include a reading of a classic SI story.

In this week’s episode of the SI Vault Podcast, host Ted Keith talks with Time Magazine senior writer and former college basketball player Sean Gregory about his time with Princeton, the fabled Georgetown game in 1989 in which the Tigers almost beat the Hoyas in what would have been one of the greatest upsets in sports history and much more. Following their conversation, Keith will read the feature from Gregory and Alexander Wolff that ran in the March 17, 2014 issue of Sports Illustrated titled, “The Game That Saved March Madness.”

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