Thanks to a 79-75 victory over Baylor in the infamous 12-5 matchup, the Yale Bulldogs celebrated the only way they knew how.
Listen, when you come into the 2016 NCAA Tournament as a No. 12 seed, and you knock off the No. 5 seeded Baylor Bears for the first tourney win in school history, you have a right to celebrate.
In fact, fight for your right to party all night.
The Yale Bulldogs are most likely still partying after pulling the 79-75 upset today against a tough Baylor squad.
Point guard Makai Mason was an assassin all day. He poured in 31 points and Yale out-rebounded a team in a way nobody thought was possible.
Baylor frustration was evident after the game, as Taurean Prince explained how the difference in boards went down:
How does Yale out-rebound Baylor?https://t.co/5RjTQyIMHT
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Yeah, that’s what kind of day it was for the kids in that strange yellow color.