One of the many, many reasons fans love the NCAA tournament is the thrill of the upset. Every year, double-digit seeds stun presumed favorites and high seeds fall earlier than expected. It’s called March Madness for a reason.

Since 2014, when we have complete Bracket Challenge Game data, some upsets remain the most shocking. We went through the brackets and found the least-picked upsets that actually happened — and then ranked them by how many people (somehow) correctly foresaw the stunners. We kept it to first-round upsets, as this made it easier to compare games across the years thanks to the bracket format.

6. No. 14 Georgia State 57, No. 3 Baylor 56 in 2015 (9.21 percent had this one right)

We won’t ever forget the shot. Or, really, the fall off the seat.

R.J. Hunter’s 3-pointer with 2.7 seconds to play gave the 14-seeded Panthers a shocking win against Baylor — and caused his father, Georgia State coach Ron Hunter, to fall off his rolling chair in celebration.