Wisconsin is going down in the record books. Well, at least in Roy Williams’ personal record book.

Not only did the Badgers register an 85-62 blowout victory over North Carolina in Round 1 on Friday, they handed the longtime college basketball head coach his first-ever loss in the Round of 64 in the NCAA Tournament. Williams’ previous record at Kansas and North Carolina was 29-0 in first round games.

That’s not the case any longer. Brad Davison scored 29 and D’Mitrik Trice added 21 as Wisconsin cruised to the 23-point win at Mackey Arena on Friday. The Badgers were also the only B1G team to win a game at the home of Purdue, with Michigan State and Ohio State both losing their first game of the tournament.

Wisconsin entered the NCAA Tournament having lost 5 of its last 7 games and didn’t own a win over any of the B1G’s Top 5 teams in the standings (Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, Purdue and Ohio State). The Badgers were 0-9 and nobody gave Greg Gard’s squad much of a chance in March Madness.

But there’s new life for Wisconsin following the blowout win. Now, the Badgers will take on top-seeded Baylor on Sunday with a trip to the Sweet 16 at stake.