Jim Rohn

Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishments.

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Billy Martin

There’s nothing greater in the world than when somebody on the team does something good, and everybody gathers around to pat him on the back.

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Thomas Edison

There’s no substitute for hard work.

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Willie Shoemaker

There are one hundred and ninety nine ways to get beat, but only one way to win; get there first.

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Winston Churchill

“Never give in, never, never, never! Never yield in any way great or small, except to convictions of honor and good sense.

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Which No. 7 seed and ACC representative in 1984, beat No. 10 Iona 58-57, and then upset No. 2 Arkansas 53-51 in OT, No. 3 Syracuse 63-55, and No. 4 Indiana 50-48, to get to the Final Four?

Virginia – The Cavaliers advanced to their first Final Four since 1981 by knocking off three of the top four seeds in the East Bracket. Virginia lost in overtime to Houston in the National Semis, 49-47.

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In 2001, led by a pair of siblings, this traditional football school advanced to the Sweet Sixteen by upsetting No. 2 North Carolina in the second round. The stirring upset certainly led to a “Happy Valley” back home for the victors! Can you name that school?

Penn State rode the hot shooting of All-Big 10 Joe and Jon Crispin to defeat UNC, 82-74. The Nittany Lions lost in the next round to No. 11 Temple. Jon Crispin later transferred to UCLA, while Joe has gone on to an NBA career.

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This team defeated No. 3 Villanova and Kerry Kittles in a triple overtime thriller during a first round contest at the Knickerbocker Arena in Albany, NY, in 1995. Who was the team?

Old Dominion – The ’95 Colonial Athletic Association champs outlasted No. 3 Villanova, 89-81, in a memorable triple overtime, first round contest. The Monarchs were coached by Jeff Capel Sr., father of former Duke PG Jeff Capel, who coached Virginia Commonwealth into the NCAAs in 2004.

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Which team stunned Phi Slamma Jamma (Houston University) in the 1983 National Championship?

Who could forget N.C. State head coach Jimmy Valvano and his mad dash to find a player to hug just after the buzzer sounded? The Wolfpack truly shocked the world when Lorenzo Charles dunked a Dereck Whittenburg heave from 30 feet as time expired, giving the Wolfpack a 54-52 national championship win. Valvano later died of cancer, but not before he helped create the ‘Jimmy V Fund’, which raised tens of millions of dollars for cancer research. In the words of Jimmy, “Don’t ever give up!”

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