Watch Georgia State’s Game-Winning Shot Knock Its Head Coach Off His Chair
Within the first hours of the 2015 NCAA Tournament, two Big XII teams seeded 3rd were upset in their opening game by a 14-seed.
The first upset took place in Louisville, where the UAB Blazers outscored Iowa State 9-4 to end the game and pull of the 60-59 upset. Just 20 minutes later, the Georgia State went on a 13-0 run against Baylor to pull of an improbable 57-56 win.
The Panthers head coach Ron Hunter spent the entire game coaching from a rolling chair because of an Achilles injury he suffered after the Sun Belt championship game. When his son hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with 2.4 seconds left, Hunter spilled out of his chair and onto the court.
There's no question this will be one of the last images of the NCAA Tournament.