Don Markus, Terps beat writer: Somewhere, Pete Carril is smiling. So is Les Robinson, for that matter. Nearly 30 years after Carril's 16th-seeded Princeton team nearly toppled No. 1 seed Georgetown and Robinson's bottom-seeded East Tennessee State nearly did the same to top seed Oklahoma in the opening round of the 1989 NCAA tournament, UMBC did the unimaginable. It's not just that the Retrievers beat No. 1-ranked Virginia in Charlotte, N.C., on Friday. It's the way UMBC destroyed the Cavaliers. Goliath is finally dead.