It's happening again. Well, maybe it is.
Virginia, the No. 1 seed in the South Region, is taking on No. 16 seed Gardner-Webb in the first round of the 2019 NCAA Tournament.
Tony Bennett's team, of course, is coming off a 2018 NCAA Tournament in which the Cavaliers became the first No. 1 seed to lose to a No. 16 seed, falling to UMBC.
"There's no chance it happens again" everyone said coming into this year's tournament.
Virginia is currently trailing Gardner-Webb, 17-10, at the under-12 timeout. Bennett's team had a stretch in which it turned the ball over five straight possessions.
There's already a bit of a panic throughout the college basketball world, too.
"Understandable that Virginia would come out tight, but my word, Cavaliers, just no," Dana O'Neil tweeted.
"Has same No. 1 seed ever lost to No. 16 seed in consecutive NCAA Tournaments? Asking for a friend," Brett McMurphy added.
"The longer Gardner-Webb leads, the more the weight of this moment has to take a toll on Virginia. They have to be having flashbacks. It's human nature," Jeff Eisenberg tweeted.
Virginia and Gardner-Webb are playing on truTV.
You're probably going to want to tune into that one.