It's madness, alright: A small, Jesuit school from New Jersey defeated one of the baddest teams in the first round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
Jersey City's St. Peter's University, which has approximately 21,00 undergrad students, beat Kentucky 85-79 Thursday, March 17 in Indianapolis.
The win was a historic upset: It was the10th time in March Madness that a No. 2 seed was upset by a No. 15 seed.
Footage of St. Peters' students celebrating back home in Jersey City had garnered more than 1 million views as of Friday evening.
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