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UMBC vs. Loyola-Chicago: Who is your favorite NCAA Tournament underdog?

The NCAA Tournament's signature chaos has been in full effect, with low-seeded teams like the University of Maryland-Baltimore County and Loyola-Chicago becoming March Madness darlings. UMBC shot its way into hearts of sports fans everywhere by becoming the first 16-seed to knock out a one-seed in men's tournament history. Loyola-Chicago won games in dramatic fashion as an 11-seed, and its good luck charm, Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, has become an Internet sensation. Who do you love more? 🏀

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If you want to talk about long shots, the odds don't get any longer than a 16-seed versus a one-seed. But that didn't matter the University of Maryland-Baltimore County. They became the first 16-seed to win in the NCAA Men's Tournament, knocking off the mighty Virginia Cavaliers with hot shooting. 

The team's swag and adorable mascot has made UMBC an instant darling to college basketball fans everywhere. Who doesn't love a true underdog?

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UMBC was a cool story. The operative word being "was." Loyola-Chicago advanced further in the tournament and did it in style. 

The Ramblers may not have a big program, but they have a flair for the dramatic, winning two games with last-second shots. Plus they have the cutest secret weapon in Sister Jean, a 97-year-old good luck charm for the team. 

UMBC had one good game. Loyola-Chicago stuck around. The Ramblers are the underdog story you've been waiting for.

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UMBC vs. Loyola-Chicago: Who is your favorite NCAA Tournament underdog?
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A festive crown for the winner
#OnwardLU