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Larry Brown Sports:
Florida Gulf Coast went a little crazy in its celebration after beating San Diego State 81-71 Sunday to reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. At this point, the grouchy types would tell them to âact like theyâve been there before.â But how can you blame them? They became the first 15 seed to ever reach the Sweet 16, and they celebrated accordingly. These dudes were running around the court tearing the roof off. They were chicken dancing, slapping hands with Reggie Miller, and popping water bottles like they were VIP members at the club. But nothing, and I mean nothing, can possibly top the awesome site of their team manager hopping around and busting moves like he was auditioning for a part in âSoul Train.â
More awesome Florida Gulf Coast celebration GIFs and video below:
And hereâs video of the entire celebration:
GIFs via The Big Lead, SB Nation; video via Diehard Sport
All the awesome aspects about Florida Gulf Coastâs upset win over Georgetown
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After an impressive victory over the San Diego State Aztecs, Florida Gulf Coastâs Sherwood Brown went through and shook the announcers hands again. Â Might as well keep the same routine, with how the Eagles are rolling they shouldnât change a single thing.
The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles are currently destroying the San Diego State Aztecs and they are loving every minute of it. Â They have been playing with a ton of emotion and it showed on the sidelines when a couple players started to do the chicken dance on the sideline. Â This win over the Aztecs would make FGCU the first 15 seed to win two games in a single NCAA tournament. Â Gotta...
Full highlights from the San Diego State football spring game, as Red (second team) defeated Black (first team) 13-10...
Where did these guys come from?
Florida Gulf Coast continued to wow the college basketball world on Sunday, posterizing the Aztecs with its high-flying âDunk Cityâ style of play that has already inspired an amateur rap song.
Check out a sampling of the Eaglesâ slams in the animations below. (h/t The Dagger, SB Nation)
Playing loose and easy, little-known FCGU beat San Diego State 81-71 on Sunday to become the first No. 15 seed to reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament...
San Diego State knows what Georgetown felt like.
The Aztecs, like the Hoyas two nights earlier, could only watch Florida Gulf Coast celebrate an upset win at the NCAA tournament. This was an historic one - the 81-71 victory made the Eagles the first No. 15 seed to reach the NCAA tournament's round of 16.
And just like in FGCU's win over second-seeded Georgetown, it was...
With their 81-71 win over San Diego State on Sunday, Florida Gulf Coast University became the first ever #15 seed to make it to the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament. In past tournaments there have been some low seed upsets that are just tournament flukes. Not the case for FGCU. This team is for real. With the way theyâre playing, they could become the first #15 seed in the...
It is not only Florida Gulf Coast tossing alley-oops; San Diego Stateâs Jamaal Franklin had this one one-handed flush today against FGCU.
Franklin also had this off-the-backboard flush earlier this year.
San Diego State football capped off spring camp with their annual spring game, as Red (second team) upset Black (first team) 13-10. Progress has been made, setting the Aztecs up well for fall camp and next season. Position battles remain heated at the No. 2 running back spot, cornerbacks, tight end and along the offensive line...
Sports Forget beating San Diego State. How the hell did coach Andy Enfield land former Maxim cover girl Amanda Marcum?!?
Louisville will take on the Oregon Ducks on Friday evening at 7:15 at LucasÂ OilÂ Stadium in Indianapolis, IN. Oregon is the No. 12 seed in the Midwest region and advanced to the Sweet 16 after upsetting No. 4 seed St. Louis in the round of 32. The game will be televised on CBS.
THURSDAY, MARCH 28 (7 p.m.-Midnight ET)
7:15 p.m. CBS Washington, D.C. I Marquette vs. Miami | Verne Lundquist...
Just a couple of days ago there was 64 teams, now only 16 remain. Find out below the time and announcers for the games of the 2nd weekend.
Announcers for the Sweet 16
East: Verne Lundquist, Bill Raftery
West: Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Len Elmore
Midwest: Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg
South: Marv Albert, Steve Kerr
I still wish Gus Johnson worked at CBS.
Thursday, March 28