Someone changed Stony Brook’s president’s Wikipedia page to Tyler Ulis

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The Kentucky Wildcats proved to everyone why they should have been a lower seed in the NCAA Tournament when they dominated the Stony Brook Seawolves in the Round of 64 on Thursday. After the game, one Wildcat fan decided to troll Stony Brook, whose first appearance in the tournament didn’t go too well.

During the 85-57 blowout, someone took to Stony Brook’s Wikipedia page and changed their president to Kentucky guard Tyler Ulis. It has since been changed but someone managed to snag a screenshot.

They took it down, but during the game Wikipedia had Tyler Ulis as the President of Stony Brook. pic.twitter.com/DQK0OSd2ME

— alan cutler (@cutler18) March 18, 2016

Tyler Ulis, who was named SEC Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year, didn’t have a huge game for the Wildcats. However, he did chip in 10 points and seven assists, which was enough to help his team to the big win.

I think the Wildcats are proving to everyone that they deserved a much lower seed. However, I think they are okay with surprising everyone as they try to get back to the Final Four.

I wonder what school Ulis will be the next president of. This is almost as good as someone changing the Secretary of Defense to US Men’s National Team goalkeeper Tim Howard after his 16 saves against Belgium in the 2014 World Cup.

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