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The defending champion Georgetown Hoyas were a likely team to make it to the championship game in 1985. They were the No.1 team in the country and had Co-Player of the Year Patrick Ewing at center. Villanova, on the other hand, wasn't even ranked and had lost to the Hoyas both times the two teams met in the Big East play. Nevertheless, the underdog Wildcats shot 78.6 percent (22 for 28) and won, 66-64.
ALSO, for the Villanova Wildcat fan...
I highly suggest A Season in Purgatory: Villanova and Life in College Football's Lower Class about what the 'Nova Football team needs to do to stay alive at a Basketball School.