Dayton upsets Ohio State. Farewell, billion dollar brackets

Thursday's first game thankfully takes out a chunk of perfect bracket talk

Thanks, Dayton.

Only one game into Thursday and the amount of people crowing about a billion dollar bracket has been slashed to a minimum.

Dayton defeated Ohio State 60-59 for the first upset of the NCAA Tournament, sending off a deluge of people disappointed, apparently, to have lost out on a 1 in 9,223,372,036,854,775,808 to win a billion dollars as part of a Quicken Loans promotion backed by Warren Buffett.


The wild finish in Buffalo — an Aaron Craft reverse layup, the game-winning drive by Vee Sanford and Craft’s miss as time expired — ended Ohio State’s season, Craft’s college career and a ton of billion dollar bracket talk.


Let’s all take a moment to be thankful that we got Tweets like these out of the way before 3 p.m. on day one of the round of 64.









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