The madness of the opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament continues.
We've gotten a 16-seed over a 1 for the first time ever, we've gotten Michigan State, North Carolina and Arizona all knocked off by lower-seeded teams. Now, we have a comeback for the ages to cap off a remarkable upset.
Nevada trailed 65-43 when Cincinnati's Jarron Cumberland made a layup with 11:34 left. All hope seemed lost.
Instead, the Wolf Pack ended the game on a 32-8 run, winning 75-73 on a putback by Josh Hall with nine seconds remaining.
Here's the video of Hall's game-winner.
With the win, Nevada is in the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2004. That year, the 10th-seeded Wolf Pack lost to eventual runner-up Georgia Tech with the Elite Eight on the line.
This year, they will face fellow Cinderella Loyola Chicago. The Ramblers are the No. 11 seed and beat Miami (Fla.) and Tennessee to reach next weekend.
Either Nevada or Loyola Chicago will be playing in a regional final. Insane when you think about it.
You've got to love the NCAA Tournament.