The No. 5-seeded Arizona Wildcats put up 55 points on the defending national champion Duke Blue Devils in a brutal second half to put together one of the biggest upsets in the NCAA Tournament to date. After trailing 44-38 at the half—with Derrick Williams having scored 25 of those points—the entire team erupted in a second-half that saw them outscore Duke by 22 points. The 93-77 final score is a startling end to the 32-5 defending champs' season, and it puts Arizona in a position to play the No. 3-seed UConn Huskies in the Elite Eight.
The Wildcats outscored Duke 39-24 after taking a 54-53 lead five minutes into the second half; Duke never had the chance to rally. ESPN reports that star Duke freshman Kyrie Irving, who scored 28 points in the loss, hasn't yet decided whether he'll come back for his sophomore season or enter the NBA Draft. If he leaves now, he'll do it with quite a sour taste in his mouth.