On Thursday, St. Peter's stunned Kentucky to become the 10th No. 15 seed to win a men's NCAA tournament game.
On Saturday, it joined truly rarified air. In a second-round matchup with No. 7 Murray State, the Peacocks picked up where they left off with a 70-60 win over the Racers to secure an unlikely Sweet 16 bid. And like on Thursday, this was no fluke. St. Peter's was the better team from the opening tip.
The Peacocks never trailed Murray State. They opened a 32-27 half time lead then scored the first eight points of the second half as if to announce to their doubters that this was actually happening.