The biggest story of this year's men's NCAA Tournament has been the improbable run made by the Saint Peter's University Peacocks.
The No. 15 seed in the East Region, the Peacocks have taken down Kentucky, Murray State and Purdue to reach the Elite Eight. They are the first No. 15 seed to advance this far and are one win away from heading to the Final Four in New Orleans.
Over the last 10 days, the Peacocks have become "America's Team," an impressive accomplishment considering there are plenty of people who likely didn't know the school existed until this month. If you're unfamiliar with Saint Peter's, it's a small, Jesuit school in the heart of Jersey City, New Jersey.
Now, if you're wondering where Jersey City is, you can find it across the Hudson River from Manhattan in Hudson County, New Jersey. Saint Peter's is located on Kennedy Boulevard, and you could literally find yourself on campus without even realizing it.
(Full disclosure: I went to high school in Jersey City and grew up in Bayonne, the next town over. Do NOT under any circumstances refer to Jersey City as a suburb of New York City; there's nothing suburban about it.)
The institution has an undergraduate enrollment of just over 2,100 students, according to NPR. The Peacocks play in the newly-renovated Run Baby Run Arena, which has a seating capacity of 3,200.
Everything about this school is small, but the Peacocks have displayed the heart and confidence of a giant throughout the month of March.
They fear no one and have been the more composed and poised team in all three of their games in the Big Dance.
Can Saint Peter's keep its run alive for one more week? The Peacocks will meet blueblood North Carolina at 5:09 p.m. ET today on CBS for the right to go to the Final Four.