It’s that time of year again.

Buzzer beaters, cheerleaders, and everyone’s brackets busted on the first day.

And now, this massive upset just busted everyone’s bracket.

Former Kentucky head coach Rick Pitino once described the Wildcats program as the Roman Empire of college basketball.

On Thursday night, Rome fell.

Tiny St. Peter’s – a Jesuit school located in Jersey City, New Jersey figured to be a sacrificial lamb as the 15th seed in the east against second seeded Kentucky, a team many predicted would advance to the Final Four in New Orleans.

But this game showed why everyone goes crazy about the one and done format of the NCAA Tournament where any team can have a one special night.

St. Peter’s defeated Kentucky – who suited up ten players ranked in the top 100 in their recruiting class – 85-79 in overtime to send Kentucky packing in the first round.

The stunned looks on the Kentucky players’ faces are why businesses lose around $14 billion in productivity in the month of March as employees ditch their spreadsheets to follow the brackets.

The stunned reaction poured in from across the basketball world.

The upset was so massive because, thanks to the new “Name, Image and Likeness” rules (NIL), there are multiple players on Kentucky’s team who make more than St. Peter’s head coach Shaheen Holloway.

Sports with Balls will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.