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Today in sports history: March 19

Today in sports history: March 19

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In 2011, Butler upsets top-seeded Pittsburgh, 71-70, in one of the wackiest finishes in NCAA tournament history. See more sports moments from this date:


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Cornell upsets the fourth-seeded Badgers 87-69, becoming the first Ivy League school in more than 30 years to advance to the round of 16. See …