It's Notre Dame's first victory over a No. 1 team since 1987.
Kansas Jayhawks guard Travis Releford (24) battles Missouri Tigers' guard Phil Pressey for a loose ball during the final Border War between the two squads at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kansas.
New Mexico Lobos forward Drew Gordon (15) goes up for a rebound over Boise State Broncos guard Drew Wiley (22). Gordon's aggressive play helped the Lobos notch a 65-49 victory over Boise State.
Phil Pressey (1) of the Missouri Tigers demonstrates extraordinary effort while lunging for a ball over the back of Kansas State's Rodney McGruder (22).
Miami Hurricanes' Rion Brown (15) is pumped up following a basket against the rival Florida State Seminoles.
Alabama Crimson Tide forward Nick Jacobs (15) maneuvers around Mississippi State Bulldogs forward Renardo Sidney (1) during the second half of their matchup. Alabama came out victorious, 67-50.
Moment to remember
Miami's Durand Scott celebrates with fans after Miami defeated Florida State 78-62. Scott stepped up as the hero for the Hurricanes and helped Miami end a string of six straight losses to the Seminoles.
Iowa guard Matt Gatens is trying to close out his senior season in grand style. Gatens scored a career-high 33 points to lead Iowa to a 67-66 upset of No. 16 Wisconsin on Feb. 23. Four days before, he scored 30 points in the Hawkeyes' victory over No. 18 Indiana. The former came on a night when the first 2,000 fans through the doors for Iowa's home game got a free bobblehead of Gatens.
Mr. Big Shot
Connecticut guard Shabazz Napier celebrates hitting the game-winning shot with forward Alex Oriakhi during the Huskies' 73-70, overtime victory over Villanova Feb. 20 in Philadelphia. Villanova had tied it with about five seconds left, but Napier hurried the ball up the floor, pulled up and nailed a 30-footer for the victory.
One Cinderella beats another
VCU and George Mason have had their share of big moments in recent NCAA tournaments. The stakes weren't quite as high here, but there was high drama. Sherrod Wright hit this game-winner as time expired, giving George Mason a 62-61 victory in a Colonial Athletic Association game on Valentine's Day in Fairfax, Va.
The game winner
Duke freshman guard Austin Rivers lets it fly in front of North Carolina senior forward Tyler Zeller to win the game. The Blue Devils' one-point victory snapped the Tar Heels' 31-game home win streak. Rivers finished with 29 points on what he would call "the best day of my life."
Northern Iowa's Anthony James hits a game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer to beat 13th-ranked Creighton, 65-62, Feb. 4 in Cedar Falls, Iowa. The shot came after Creighton's Antoine Young had tied the game with a 3-pointer with 4.6 seconds to play.
Miami's Reggie Johnson scored five of his career-high 27 points in overtime to lead the Hurricanes to a 78-74 upset of No. 7 Duke on Super Bowl Sunday at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Duke's Austin Rivers hangs his head in disappointment as Johnson reacts to the victory.
Mizzou's man of the moment
Missouri guard Marcus Denmon scored a game-high 29 points as the No. 4 Tigers squeezed out a 74-71 triumph over arch rival and eighth-ranked Kansas Feb. 4 at Mizzou Arena. The victory created a three-team jam atop the Big 12 Conference, with Mizzou, Kansas and Baylor all vying for the regular-season title.
Syracuse guard Michael Carter-Williams, right, gets well above the rim as he goes up to dunk the ball over St. John's forward God'sgift Achiuwa during a Feb. 4 Big East Conference game at New York's Madison Square Garden. Syracuse defeated St. John's, 95-70.
Shot heard 'round Indiana
Indiana Hoosiers forward Christian Watford hits a 3-pointer at the buzzer to defeat the Kentucky Wildcats at Dec. 10 at Assembly Hall. Indiana upset then top-ranked Kentucky, 73-72.
Notre Dame Fighting Irish forward Jack Cooley had 17 points and 10 rebounds to lead his team to a 67-58 upset of previously unbeaten and top-ranked Syracuse Jan. 21 in South Bend, Ind.
The power of the clover
With Syracuse playing without shot-blocking center Fab Melo, Notre Dame owned the paint in its 67-58 upset of the Orange. It was the eighth time in its history that Notre Dame has beaten a No. 1 team.
Dealing with rejection
It was apparent very early this season that Kentucky freshman Anthony Davis would be a prolific shot blocker. Davis, seen here erasing a shot by Kansas guard Tyshawn Taylor in a November game at Madison Square Garden, broke the Kentucky single-season record just 19 games into his career. He's averaging 4.8 blocks per game for a Kentucky team considered one of the favorites to reach the Final Four.
Crazy about Cameron
Florida State players wildly celebrate their 76-73 upset of Duke Jan. 21 at Duke's Cameron Indoor Stadium. The Seminoles snapped Duke's 45-game home winning streak. It marked only the second time in school history that Florida State has beaten both Duke and North Carolina in the same season.
Missouri loves company
Missouri Tigers guard Phil Pressey (right) and Baylor Bears guard Pierre Jackson battle for the ball Jan. 21 at the Ferrell Center in Waco, Texas. Pressey, a 5-10 sophomore, had 18 points, seven assists, six steals and five rebounds as Missouri won 89-88, handing Baylor its second loss of the season.
Michigan State milestone
Michigan State Spartans head coach Tom Izzo accepts the game ball from his players after recording his 400th career victory, a 68-52 win over Minnesota at the Jack Breslin Students Events Center in East Lansing, Mich.
Taking aim at the Tar Heels
Deividas Dulkys, a senior shooting guard from Lithuania, enjoyed one of the best shooting performances ever by a Florida State player Jan. 14 against North Carolina. Dulkys scored 32 points — 10 more than his previous career high — and sank 12 of 14 field-goal attempts and 8 of 10 3-point tries, leading his team to a stunning, 90-57 spanking of UNC at Tallahassee, Fla.