Ahead of UMBC’s next matchup in the men’s basketball NCAA tournament Sunday night, the program and school continued to enjoy high-profile attention unlike any it’s received before.
The No. 16 seed became the first to ever beat a No. 1 seed in the men’s tournament with a 74-54 upset of Virginia on Friday night. National news outlets including ESPN, The New York Times, USA Today and others jumped onto the team and its remarkable story.
UMBC got the attention of some prominent figures in sports as well.
Like plenty of other Terps fans — probably — Maryland alumnus and ESPN broadcaster Scott Van Pelt made clear he’s now rooting for the Retrievers, offering a message of...
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