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Vote: What's the biggest upset in NCAA tournament history?

The UConn women's basketball team's 111-game winning streak, the longest in men's or women's Division I history, is over after 865 days and two national championships. Mississippi State, the No. 2 seed in the Oklahoma City region, shocked the world with a 66-64 buzzer-beating win in overtime.

The Bulldogs lost by 60 to the Huskies in last year's Sweet 16. Where does this shocker rank in the history of the men's and women's NCAA tournament?

In the men's tournament, two upsets in the championship game stand out among the best ever. In 1983, No. 6 seed NC State won a thriller over Clyde Drexler, Hakeem Olajuwon and a No. 1-seeded Houston squad known as "Phi Slama Jama." Two years later, No. 8 seed Villanova stunned Patrick Ewing and No. 1 seed Georgetown.

In the women's game, Baylor, led by Brittney Griner, had won 74 of its previous 75 games before No. 3 seed Louisville came out of nowhere to beat the Lady Bears in the 2013 Sweet 16.

What do you think is the game's greatest upset in March Madness?

Mississippi State, making its first appearance in the Women's Final Four, will take on SEC foe South Carolina for the women's national title on Sunday at 6 p.m. ET on ESPN. The Gamecocks won both previous matchups this season.

-- John Wilmhoff