Virginia guard Kyle Guy, left, is bent over in disappointment as UMBC players and team officials celebrate their upset of the tournament's top seed in the first round of the NCAA tournament in March. It was the first time a No. 1 seed has been defeated by a No. 16 seed in tournament history.
Virginia guard Kyle Guy, left, is bent over in disappointment as UMBC players and team officials celebrate their upset of the tournament's top seed in the first round of the NCAA tournament in March. It was the first time a No. 1 seed has been defeated by a No. 16 seed in tournament history. John McDonnell Washington Post
Virginia guard Kyle Guy, left, is bent over in disappointment as UMBC players and team officials celebrate their upset of the tournament's top seed in the first round of the NCAA tournament in March. It was the first time a No. 1 seed has been defeated by a No. 16 seed in tournament history. John McDonnell Washington Post