Are the biggest upset in sports as impressive as the biggest upsets in pop culture, world history and politics? "First Take" and SportsNation are on the case.
We stared with 32 of the biggest upsets to ever happen and so far your votes have narrowed the field to eight. Only two No. 1 seeds remain - 1980 U.S. hockey over Russia and David over Goliath - and No. 8 seed George Mason's victory over Connecticut in the 2006 NCAA tournament toppled No. 1 seed Villanova who upset Georgetown to win the 1985 NCAA championship. Which upsets will advance to the Final Four?
Cast your votes below and watch "First Take" on ESPN2 (weekdays, 10 a.m. ET) to hear the experts weigh in on their favorite upsets.
Which upsets should advance to the Final Four? Cast your vote!