The 2015 NCAA Tournament is sure to go down as one of the most shocking college basketball postseasons of all time, as it has produced two upsets featuring No. 14 seeds. Georgia State shocked Baylor by defeating them, 57-56.
Baylor led by 12 points with 2:39 remaining, but the Panthers had other plans as they scored the last 13 points of the game.
Guard R.J. Hunter, who is the son of head coach Ron Hunter, finished off his solid showing with the game-winning three-pointer as three seconds remained on the clock.
Bears forward Taurean Prince was unable to make his final three-point attempt, but he led the way with 18 points and 15 rebounds.
Hunter scored a team-leading 16 points for Georgia State.
Here are video highlights from yet another stunning March Madness upset.