That is one of four similar pictures Getty has for University of the Sciences, the team that beat Drexel last night.
The University of the Sciences basketball team — so small I didn’t know it existed and people thought it notable that it was even on an ESPN app — were not supposed to beat Drexel last night. Division II teams are never really supposed to beat Division I teams, but especially ones that share a neighborhood(ish) and have a student population difference of about 23,000. But that is what happened. USP (or USciences or that school) defeated Drexel 54-52 on a game-winning three, seen below:
The kid who drained that three (bringing his point total on the game to 27), was Garret Kerr, no relation to Steve, but the son of former Flyer Tim Kerr. It was the first road win for a DII school against a DI school in 227 games this season, but if we’re being honest, USciences might have just walked to the game. Still, road win.
And what does this all teach us? For now, until we forget in a year, we all know that USciences has a basketball team.