The Bryce Jordan Center turned into a bit of a madhouse on Tuesday night, as Penn State pulled off one of the best upsets of the college basketball season.

Penn State entered Tuesday night’s game with a 1-11 mark in conference play, but it was still able to record a 75-69 upset victory over No. 6 Michigan in Happy Valley. It was the third conference loss of the year for the Wolverines.

Lamar Stevens had a huge night, dropping 26 points and grabbing 12 rebounds in the victory. Myles Dread added 17 points and Rasir Bolton chipped in 13 off the bench. When the final buzzer sounded, fans at the Bryce Jordan Center stormed the floor to celebrate the win:

After starting conference play 0-10, Penn State has won two of its last three conference games. It’s now 2-11 in the B1G and 9-15 overall on the year.

While the Nittany Lions don’t have a great conference record, eight of their 11 conference losses have come by seven points or less or was decided in overtime.

Michigan dropped to 11-3 in the B1G after the loss and is 22-3 overall.