The Wichita State Shockers just "shocked" the No. 1 seed Gonzaga Bulldogs to advance to the Sweet 16 in the West region.
The Shockers were able to pull off the upset by draining three after three the entire second half. Ron Baker and Cleanthony Early exploded from deep and led the team to the victory by a score of 76-70.
Wichita hit seven of their final eight shots in the last 7:35 of the game, including five straight treys. Baker, Early and Fred Van Vleet combined for 45 points and the Shockers hit an astounding 14 three-pointers at a 50 percent clip.
Kelly Olynyk put up 26 points and nine boards and Kevin Pangos netted 19 for the Bulldogs, but it wasn't enough to save the Zags.
It's the first No. 1 seed to go down this season, and has now made the West region look even crazier. The region had a No. 10, 12, No. 13 and No. 14 seed all advance in the Round of 64, and now a No. 1 seed goes down.
When that happens, Twitter tends to blow up.
The Twitter account for Sports Illustrated let everyone know what the deal was at halftime:
There was plenty of criticism all season about Gonzaga's easy schedule, and Derek Schultz pointed out their schedule for the tourney:
People like Rich Eisen were focused on the Butler vs. Marquette game before tuning in to watch the upset:
Dan Dakich openly criticized media members for voting Gonzaga as No. 1:
Bomani Jones bring up a great question about Gonzaga's seeding:
Brian Murphy brought up a very good point about the Shockers:
Welcome to March, and bring on the Madness!