Villanova over Georgetown, 66-64, 1985 National Championship Game
Nicknamed “The Perfect Game,” thanks to Eighth-seeded Villanova’s incredible effort in upsetting the Georgetown Hoyas in the 1985 NCAA Championship game. Georgetown, led by Hall of Fame coach John Thompson, was the reigning NCAA Champion, and entered the tournament with only two losses all year; they hadn’t lost a single game in February or March. As history would have it, the game took place on April 1st. Villanova’s Ed Pinckney won the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player award after registering 16 points and 6 rebounds in the 66–64 victory.