Florida Gulf Coast point guard Brett Comer wore a Georgetown sweatshirt in a yearbook photo

USA TODAY Sports

The lightning-quick floor general who helped Florida Gulf Coast pull one of the biggest upsets in NCAA Tournament history once posed for a yearbook photo while wearing the logo of the team he'd eventually have his shining moment against.

Some things are almost too eerie.

Falling under that umbrella is the fact that Florida Gulf Coast point guard Brett Comer -- the man who helped pull just the seventh 15/2 upset in NCAA Tournament history by scoring 12 points and dishing out 10 assists in the Eagles' stunning win over Georgetown -- once posed for a high school yearbook photo while wearing a Hoya sweatshirt.

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That's some next-level trolling, my man.

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Agreed.

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