You never know who will shine during March Madness.
Thursday's biggest winner was a 98-year-old nun
There's a ton to get to from Day 1 of the NCAA Tournament, but let's start with the day's MVP: 98-year-old Jean Dolores-Schmidt. She is chaplain of No. 11-seed Loyola-Chicago, which pulled off one of the day's biggest upsets with a buzzer-beater over Miami, and became a viral star. God bless her.
More from Day 1
If you missed the first day of tourney action, here's your one-stop shop to catch up. Some other items of interest: Twitter had a lot to say about Buffalo's win over Arizona ... Kentucky's ridiculous streak of games with a made three-pointer came to an end ... Rhode Island’s Jared Terrell and Reggie Miller had a moment ... Ohio State and South Dakota State raised the roof ... Grandma Gonzaga was another first-day star.
Free throw shooting robot of the day
Georgetown is not in this year's tournament, which must be upsetting for alum Kelly Rohrbach. So let's cheer her up with LLOD honors (click for full-size gallery).
Family finds another $250,000 baseball card
Two years ago, a family in the "rural South" discovered seven Ty Cobb baseball cards (valued at $250,000 each) in a crumpled paper bag while cleaning their late great-grandfather's house. They just did some more searching and discovered an eighth.
Someone at Snapchat is in a lot of trouble
Nothing like a cold beer after a game
Every other pizza > Veggie pizza
Odds & Ends
After a ton of criticism, WWE renamed their women's battle royal ... The biggest Day 1 chokes in NCAA Tournament history ... Sean McDonough seems fine with being fired from Monday Night Football ... Love Aaron Judge but he needs to be more subtle in his recruiting ... The Jets reportedly offered Kirk Cousins $30 million per year and he still said no ... Love my man Andy Staples shutting down this Yahoo request ... This is a fun bracket to fill out if you like random, retired MLB players ... Matt Damon is moving his family to Australia because of ... Nacho fries have been very good for Taco Bell ... Bad news for fans of the North Pole Blockbuster Video ... The dog accidentally sent to Japan (instead of Kansas) on a United flight has returned home safely.
Fight night in Utah
For the win!
This was impressive
Things are tense in Cleveland
Tiger nails 71-foot putt
Toronto parodies The Office
Joe Ingles didn't swish 50 three-pointers, but he's still a hero