Rollie Massimino -- just the name makes you smile. In 1985, Massimino and Villanova took March Madness to another level -- and not just because it was the first year the field was expanded to 64 teams. (It also was the last tournament without a shot clock.)

The No. 8 seed, Villanova -- led by the tournament's Most Outstanding Player, Ed Pinckney -- defeated top-seeded Georgetown 66-64 in one of college basketball's greatest upsets. Villanova remains the lowest-seeded team to win the national championship.

NCAA.com is reliving that magical moment with the #MMVault Watch Party at 7 p.m. ET Wednesday. Fans can watch the entire 1985 classic on NCAA.com and follow @marchmadness for pertinent tweets related to the game action.

1984-85 VILLANOVA ROSTER   1984-85 GEORGETOWN ROSTER
Coach: Rollie Massimino   Coach: John Thompson
No. Player Twitter   No. Player Twitter
50 Connally Brown     10 Perry MacDonald  
10 Veltra Dawson     12 Kevin Floyd @KevinFloyd7
51 Chuck Everson @ChuckCats41   24 Bill Martin  
20 Brian Harrington     30 Michael Jackson  
32 Harold Jensen     32 Horace Broadnax @CoachBroadnax
43 Wyatt Maker     33 Patrick Ewing  
13 R. C. Massimino     34 Reggie Williams  
33 Dwayne McClain @dwaynemcclain33   40 David Wingate @DWingateGtown25
22 Gary McLain     41 Tyrone Lockhart @TyroneLockart
54 Ed Pinckney @EZed54   44 Ronnie Highsmith  
25 Steve Pinone     51 Grady Mateen  
31 Mark Plansky     52 Ralph Dalton  
21 Harold Pressley          
4 Dwight Wilbur