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For The First Time In History, Seth Davis Botched A "Sharpie" Call

It turns out that Texas A&M, which stormed back from 12 points down in the final 44 seconds against Northern Iowa to complete the greatest comeback in college basketball history, didn't just break the hearts of Panthers fans. They also might have killed off one of college basketball's most notorious gimmicks.

Seth Davis of CBS Sports, for years, has been tweeting "Sharpie" whenever he believes that the losing team in a given contest no longer has a chance to win. And to be honest, he's usually quite conservative. But Texas A&M's comeback - which you can watch here - even fooled him. For the first time in history, he had to admit defeat. He was very torn about what to do next.

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Davis brought it back for Oregon's victory over Saint Joseph's, but it's clear he's at a crossroads. What do you think, college basketball fans? Should he give it up?