Florida Gulf Coast among set NCAA regional semis
On a day that boasted several close-but-not-quite upset threats, Florida Gulf Coast (aka. Dunk City or Florida Dunk Coast) bucked things with a 10-point win over San Diego State to become the first No. 15 seed ever in the Sweet 16. Indiana and Ohio State beat even lower seeded teams Sunday — and had much more stressful games.
“These guys are rock stars,” TBS announcer Len Elmore said as a few Eagles players walked up into the stands at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia to nab some seats during the first half of the Creighton-Duke game.
Of the 8.15 million brackets filled out on ESPN.com, just under 1 percent — about 77,000 — had Florida Gulf Coast making the Sweet 16.
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