LAS VEGAS (TheStreet) -- March Madness, when even the slightest of basketball fans is glued to the television screen, has been the scene of some of the largest upsets in NCAA history. Even when you think your team is a sure thing, there's always the possibility of a swift defeat -- like when Boston College beat the Tar Heels 75-72 in the second round of the 1994 tournament, destroying their 13 straight advances to the Sweet 16.
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