Talk about March Madness.

Tosan Evbuomwan and Princeton used a late-game run to earn the school's first NCAA Tournament win in 25 years, topping No. 2 seed Arizona 59-55.

The 15th-seeded Tigers scored the final nine points, holding the Pac-12 Tournament champion scoreless over the final 4:43.

Just like that, all across America, NCAA Tournament brackets were busted.

Princeton Tigers

Twitter erupted with both elation and frustration.

Gov. Phil Murphy tweeted his congratulations to the Tigers but didn't say if their win busted his bracket.

It was about an exciting opening round game and you could get.

Princeton Tigers

Evbuomwan scored 15 points in Princeton's first tournament victory since beating UNLV in 1998.

Mitch Henderson played on that '98 team, now he is the Tiger's coach.

Up next for Princeton, they'll play #7 ranked Missouri on Saturday.

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There are more than 60 active pros with NJ roots.

More than 10 players who made it to the NFL conference championship games this year have NJ ties — and four active NFL quarterbacks were born in the Garden State.

Some of them may even be on your fantasy football team.

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