By now, you've probably heard Georgetown's 97-83 loss to Ohio marked the most points the Hoyas have given up in an NCAA tournament.
But I've got a bigger bombshell for you.
It's the most points a team seeded No. 1 through No. 4 has given up in the first round since the tournament expanded to 64 teams back in 1985.
Put another way, it's the most points a No. 13, No. 14, No. 15 or No. 16 seed has ever scored in a first round game.
Needless to say, that's a pretty awful way to finish a season.
And the Hoyas have now had their last three seasons end with a second-round loss to 10th-seeded Davidson, an NIT loss to Baylor and a first-round loss to 14th-seeded Ohio.
Here's the rundown of every No. 13 through No. 16 seed to drop 90 points in a first round game in the last quarter century. Take note: Georgetown is the first to allow someone such a low seeded team to pull this off in regulation since 1997. Yikes.
97: No. 14 Ohio (beat No. 3 Georgetown), 2010
95: No. 14 Northeastern (lost to No. 3 Purdue), 1987
93: No. 13 Southern (beat No. 4 Georgia Tech), 1993
93: No. 13 UNC Wilmington (beat No. 4 Southern California-OT), 2002
92: No. 13 Charlotte (lost to No. 4 Brigham Young-OT), 1988
91: No. 13 Long Island (lost to No. 4 Villanova), 1997
90: No. 14 Arkansas-Little Rock (beat No. 3 Notre Dame), 1986
90: No. 15 Eastern Michigan (lost to No. 2 Pittsburgh), 1988