skunk, the same thing was said about the Butler teams that made the championship two seasons in a row. They didn't have any players (maybe with the exception of Gordon Heyward) with anything resembling the athletic ability of the teams they defeated, i.e. Michigan State, Syracuse, Florida, Pittsburgh.
Upsets happen in real life...but not nearly often enough in HD. I'm glad some of the "superteams" were defeated by St. Joseph's. It shows that coaching sometimes matters. mm_harmon knew the strengths and weaknesses of his team and he used a strategy that was very effective against those 90+ ATH, 90+ DEF teams. That's something to applaud, not call a "joke."
Heck, I thought people would be more excited about St. Joseph's run considering how much whining goes on regarding the lack of mid-major success in HD.