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We have seen some amazing plays in this tournament, but none was better than this one-handed alley-oop dunk from Chase Fieler in 15th-seed Florida Gulf Coast's upset win over 2nd-seed Georgetown in the South Region. WATCH IT HERE!
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The No. 15 seed Florida Gulf Coast Eagles pulled off the Cinderella moment of the 2013 NCAA basketball tournament with their 78-68 upset over the second-seed Georgetown Hoyas.
The upset win by FGCU was punctuated with a no-look, over the head alley-oop pass from guard Brett Comer to forward Chase Fieler, who caught the ball in the air with one hand and threw it down for the...
The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles have been looking like the Harlem Globetrotters against Georgetown. After having a sick putback slam earlier, they decided they weren’t done yet and added this beauty.
The darling of the NCAA Tournament, the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles, probably wouldn’t have been in position to pull off their historical upset of the Georgetown Hoyas if it wasn’t for senior guard Sherwood Brown. He is averaging 15.5 points per game and 6.5 rebounds in his final season in Ft Myers, and was the catalyst in Friday’s win with 24 points. But an offseason arrest...
The baby basketball program out of Fort Myers, FL can celebrate how every they want after they defeated the Georgtown 78-68 in one of the biggest upsets in NCAA Tournament history. Sherwood Brown and Christophe Varidel broke out with some awesome dance moves in the locker room as they greeted head coach Andy Enfield. Varidel (#5) only played six minutes and is originally from Switzerland...
Florida Gulf Coast's lead over Georgetown had been cut from 15 to 7 in one minute. Georgetown was pressing, and apparently the Eagles didn't care.
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Unless you were living under a rock yesterday, you know that #15 seed Florida Gulf Coast upset #2 seed Georgetown in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. This was just one of many upsets early on in this year’s tournament, including #14 seed Harvard shocking #3 seed New Mexico for their first win in NCAA Tournament history...
Tweet The No. 15 seed Florida Golf Coast Eagles stunned the second-seeded Georgetown Hoyas 78-68 Friday to advance to the round of 32 in this year’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. The game will forever be remembered around the Fort Myers, FL campus and gave us yet another reason why March Madness is fantastic. Sherwood [...]
#15 Florida Gulf Coast killed your bracket by dumping #2 Georgetown...and Chase Fieler dumped all over the Hoyas with an assist from Brett Comer.
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Tweet In case your Internet is broken and you can only get on LTSB, 15-seeded Florida Gulf Coast upset 2-seeded Georgetown in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. One of the highlights from the game was Chase Fieler’s alley-oop dunk with a little under two minutes remaining in the second half. It was quite [...]
These kids from Florida Gulf Coast University can GET UP. On Friday night, Chase Fieler showed us his hops on a game-clinching alley oop that put the entire NCAA Tournament field on notice. Today, his teammate Eric McKnight may have one-upped him.
I feel for the rim.
If you happen to be living under a rock, and missed these two dunks, get your popcorn ready.
First, the Sam “Slam” Thompson Dunk from THE Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Iona
Elevation at its finest.
Next up, maybe even more impressive if I’m doing my best to be unbiased (pretty hard, both awesome) is the Chase Fieler dunk from the Florida Gulf Coast bracket destroying upset...
Florida Gulf Coast pulled off the biggest upset of the tournament Friday night when they knocked off the 2nd-seeded Georgetown Hoyas in Philadelphia. Their win ultimately wrecked a countless number of brackets across of America, but who's bracket isn't screwed up at this point?The Atlantic Sun Conference champions put on an impressive display of athleticism in the 78-68...
Florida Gulf Coast pulled off the upset of the NCAA Tournament by beating No. 2 seed Georgetown 78-68 Friday in their first tourney game in school history. Their win marked just the seventh time in tournament history that a 15-seed defeated a two-seed. There were so many amazing aspects of the upset win that we felt we needed to recognize all of them.
First off, this was not a fluke...
Some of the most jaw dropping bracket flops have been taken place lately. Starting with Harvard’s win over New Mexico 68-62, perfect score brackets went down to the 1000′s as reported by ESPN. Millions of fans every year try to predict the winners of each of the 63 games in the tournament. There have been big surprises and even bigger upsets. Some of the higher ranked seeds been...