When your team is seeded 14th and you're playing a 3-seed team, odds are you won't expect much for the underdog. But Georgia State's coach Ron Hunter received the surprise of a lifetime when his team shockingly defeated Baylor University, who was ranked third.

This is one of what we're sure to be a few upsets in everyone's March Madness brackets, but it's not the upset that left us with our jaws dropped...it's Hunter's reaction! Forced to sit down throughout his team's game because of a torn Achilles, Hunter became so pumped at the last-second win that he hilariously fell flew off of his chair in excitement. Thanks to smart phones and the Internet, the moment has been captured in all of its athletic glory.

Ron Hunter, Georgia State Panthers head coach

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When Georgia State made a three-point shot during the final seconds of the game, everyone jumps out of their seats, but poor Hunter's rolling chair couldn't handle it. When he got up to jump it rolled away from him and ended up making him fall straight on the floor. The final score was 57-56.

While we're absolutely thankful for the gift of Vine, we hope he didn't further injure himself. Thankfully, he doesn't have to play in the games...his players just need to keep on upsetting the brackets, just like University of Alabama at Birmingham!

UAB was seeded 14th and crushed the hopes and dreams of Iowa fans, who were rooting for their 3-seed team. The game was neck and neck the whole time, but in the last minute UAB's Robert Brown made a 3-pointer and destroyed thousands of brackets everywhere.

There's always next year, brackets.

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