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65. Victory for Vermont

In the moments after one of the final games of his coaching career, Tom Brennan wept openly. Not because his Vermont basketball team lost, but because it won. Germain Mopa Njila, T.J. Sorrentine and Taylor Coppenrath combined for 53 points in Vermont's 60-57 overtime upset of Big East champion Syracuse in the first round of the 2005 NCAA tournament. Njila and Sorrentine both hit 3-pointers in a 48-second span in overtime to propel Vermont to victory. A No. 13 seed beating a No. 4 seed is always impressive, but this one was even more newsworthy considering Syracuse was just two years removed from its 2003 NCAA title. Brennan already had announced his plans to retire following the season. Suffice to say, his career ended on a high note. -- Jason King