By Stephanie Haney For Dailymail.com and Associated Press
Published: 16:58 BST, 1 April 2019 | Updated: 18:02 BST, 1 April 2019
Excitement overtook one locker room on Sunday in Washington, DC after Michigan State University beat the highly favored Duke to advance in the NCAA March Madness tournament.
Video shared by the school showed Coach Tom Izzo leading the team in a dance and chant after breaking a seven game losing streak against the boys in blue.
The Spartans topped the Blue Devils by a score of 68-67 to secure the team's ticket to Minneapolis to compete against Texas Tech in their Final Four matchup on Saturday.
The win on Sunday occurred during Izzo's 10th appearance in the Elite Eight as the coach of MSU.
On the other side of the bracket, the Auburn Tigers and the Virginia Cavaliers will duke it out for a shot to play in the championship game.
Saturday will mark Izzo's eighth trip to the Final Four and a chance for a second national championship for the master of March.
The other three Final Four coaches all will be the new kids at the dance.
Leading into the finals games of the tournament, Izzo may have pulled off the greatest coaching job of his career in the Elite Eight on Sunday, pulling the