Transcript for Perfect March Madness bracket busted with Purdue victory
Now to the sweet 16. It's not so sweet for the man with the perfect bracket because it was busted overnight when Purdue shocked Tennessee in overtime. ABC's T.J. Holmes is here with that. How you feeling? First time in history anybody had gotten that far with a perfect bracket out of tens of millions. He got the first 48 games right. All he to do last night was get four right. He was only 2 for 2 last night and one of the games he missed was an absolute classic that included controversy. The most perfect bracket in history has come crashing down. Gregg Nigl traveled from home in Columbus, Ohio, to Anaheim to watch his beloved Michigan wolverines but in Louisville his bracket officially went bust. Tennessee lost to Purdue in a back and forth overtime classic, Nigl had the volunteers moving on to the elite eight. His bracket was the last one standing out of tens of millions. The first to make it into the sweet 16 with an unblemished record but no more. Carson Edward is the first to have four consecutive 25-point games in the tournament since a young Steph curry did it with Davidson. This was Edwards' reaction when he found out. Oh. Reporter: As for the Michigan men they had the lowest scoring half in school history in losing to Texas Tech, 63-44. Here he comes again. Reporter: One seed Gonzaga taking out Florida state in a rematch of last year's sweet 16 match-up where they lost to the Seminoles. Gonzaga the winner. Reporter: The last possible Cinderella story of the tournament is officially over. Number 12 seed Oregon and number one seed Virginia were neck and neck all night until Virginia finally got the win ending Oregon's ten-game winning streak. But let's show you the play everybody is talking about. Twitter went crazy as Twitter often does at the end of that purdue/tennessee game. That call on Lamont turner, he's trying to challenge the shot, 2.7 seconds left and it appears -- Lamont has been complaining all night this guy is kicking his leg out and I'm running into it but the coach actually of Tennessee says, you know what, that was a foul. He bumped him with his hip on the torso. You hate for it to end like that but that allowed them to go into overtime and Purdue won that game. If you say it's the right call, I trust it's the right It was the right call. You were complaining there weren't any Cinderella stories Was I complaining? Is that the word we want to go with?
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