Jim Boeheim and Syracuse didn't have the answers during the final weeks of the season. The team started 25-0 and finished losing six of its last nine. Syracuse got an early exit from the NCAA Tournament courtesy of Dayton.

The Flyers left Boeheim befuddled as they downed the Orange ,55-53. Syracuse didn't really deserve to win that game to begin with. The only things that kept them in the game were Tyler Ennis' inspired play down the stretch and Dayton's bad free throw shooting (10-18). The Orange had one of the worst three-point shooting performances in tournament history (0-for-10) and barely offered Ennis any help. The guard missed two jumpers in the final seconds to send his team — and its fans — leaving the arena with heads hanging.

Of course, you're going to see the boring facade professionalism and post-game analysis in the coming hours. Let Twitter accurately portray Syracuse nation's feelings.

Quick side note: Syracuse's loss ruins what was believed to be the last perfect bracket remaining.

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[via SB Nation]