In the history of notable upsets in the NCAA tournament, the Richmond Spiders deserve a special designation. They weren't just one-hit wonders. They became known for being the little school that bumped off powerhouse programs. After Richmond beat defending national champion Indiana in 1988 in the first round, it continued by beating Georgia Tech to reach the Sweet Sixteen. The man who engineered these upsets, and that of No. 2 seed Syracuse in 1991, was coach Dick Tarrant, who established himself as one of the game's great minds.

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