The NCAA tournament is one of the most bittersweet opportunities in sports.
For the small schools, it’s their one chance to be recognized on a national stage, their chance to create a memory that will last a lifetime.
The same can be said for the power teams, but they have much more pressure and higher expectations on their shoulders.
If a No. 1 seed goes 3-1 in the tournament, it’s considered a disappointment.
But all it takes is one win for (insert mid-major here) to be the talk of the town…and the country.
Over the years, David has beaten Goliath on more than one occasion. Here are the 40 best examples, as we countdown the greatest upsets in the history of the NCAA tournament.