Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro made a clear distinction in his own NCAA Tournament bracket with a “Keystone Sweet 16” matchup.

Shapiro moved Pitt past Penn State in the would-be matchup, and has the Panthers going out the next game against Houston.

“It’s the best three weeks in basketball, Pennsylvania,” he wrote on social media.

That would make for quite an upset, though the teams are only 1 seed apart, as Pitt survived with a last-second fury to knock off Mississippi State in a “First Four” game on Tuesday in Dayton, Ohio. Meanwhile, Penn State is one of the hotter teams around after the Nittany Lions made a strong push in the Big Ten Tournament only to fall just short against Purdue.