We have our first major upset of the college basketball season.
San Francisco, who just lost to UMass Lowell by a final score of 76-68 on Wednesday, has defeated No. 4 Virginia.
Coming in as 15-point favorites, Virginia fell to San Francisco by a final score of 61-60 to give the Dons their first win against a top-five team since 1981.
For Virginia, it’s the first time they’ve lost to a non-major conference team since the 2018 NCAA Tournament when they suffered a historic first-round loss to No. 16 seed UMBC as a No. 1 seed.
DOWN GOES NO. 4 VIRGINIA! ?
San Francisco hands the Cavaliers their first lost to a non-major conference team since 2018 vs. UMBC. pic.twitter.com/yyHDkFoQyD
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College basketball, man. Nothing beats it.