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Guess Which Joke Everyone Made on Twitter About the Hurricanes Beating Pacific?

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Today the No. 2 seed Miami Hurricanes rolled through the first round of the NCAA tournament by beating the 15th seed Pacific Tigers 78-49.

The Hurricanes take their team name from a severe weather system that develops in the ocean. The University of the Pacific is named after an ocean. Can you guess what joke everyone made on Twitter?


Good job, everyone! Here's hoping Florida Gulf Coast somehow has some crazy Cinderella run and we can do it all again in the Final Four.

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