Biggest March Madness Upsets in NCAA History

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Are you wondering what the biggest March Madness upsets of all-time are? Let's get in to it!

In March Madness, a Cinderella story refers to a team that is not expected to perform well in the tournament but ends up defying the odds and achieving unexpected success. These are typically lower-seeded teams that defeat higher-seeded teams, often in thrilling and dramatic fashion.

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Cinderella stories in March Madness have become a tradition and a source of excitement for fans of the tournament. Some of the most famous Cinderella stories in March Madness history include the 1985 Villanova Wildcats, who won the national championship as an eight seed, and the 2011 VCU Rams, who made it to the Final Four as an eleven seed.

Without further ado, here are all of the biggest March Madness upsets of all-time.

1. #16 UMBC over #1 Virginia

2. #15 Lehigh over #2 Duke

3. #15 St. Peters over #2 Kentucky

4. #15 Middle Tennessee over #2 Michigan State

5. #15 Santa Clara over #2 Arizona

6. #15 Richmond over #2 Syracuse

7. #15 Florida Gulf Coast over #2 Georgetown

8. #15 Oral Roberts over #2 Ohio State

Which of these biggest March Madness upsets was most memorable for you? Shoot us a message on Twitter @137pm and let us know your story of where you were watching some of these shocking results!

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