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Loyola Chicago's upset featured a great celebration from Donte Ingram's dad

Chris Cwik
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Loyola Chicago busted a lot of brackets in the most dramatic way possible Thursday. With just seconds left on the clock, senior Donte Ingram nailed a deep three to give his team the last-second 64-62 upset win over No. 6 seed Miami.

While the entire section of Loyola fans went nuts, it was Ingram’s dad who had the best reaction.

That’s Ingram’s dad screaming at the court, hugging the man next to him and then shouting a few more words of encouragement at the team.

Ingram’s dad was far from the only person to celebrate the win. Legions of Loyola fans exploded in cheers back in Chicago, and 98-year-old nun Sister Jean stole the spotlight sitting courtside.

It’s Sister Jean’s presence that keeps us from calling this the “best” reaction to Loyola’s game-winning shot. And, honestly, who wants to have that debate? We saw two exceptional reactions to a tremendous game-winning shot.

Let’s just enjoy both of them for now.

Loyola will take on No. 3 seed Tennessee in the second round. Just to be safe, Ingram’s dad and Sister Jean might want to start working on their celebrations now. There could be an opportunity to top this.

Donte Ingram’s dad went nuts after his son hit a game-winning shot. (AP Photo)
Donte Ingram’s dad went nuts after his son hit a game-winning shot. (AP Photo)

More March Madness coverage from Yahoo Sports:
Cinderella’s upset bid ends on physics-defying miss
Loyola Chicago stuns Miami on last-second shot for upset win
Oklahoma wastes Young’s heroics in NCAA tournament
NCAA player winks at NBA legend after insane shot
Loyola’s 98-year-old nun loved buzzer-beater

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Chris Cwik is a writer for Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at christophercwik@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Chris_Cwik