What about College Hoops shockwaves on Tuesday night?

The internet went berserk after Evansville dropped a stunner on Kentucky, 67-64, at the Rupp Arena in Lexington– the latter’s first loss on its home floor outside the Power 5 Conferences and likewise a first in the John Calipari era.

The loss also snapped Kentucky’s 52-game winning streak over unranked nonconference opponents at home.

This amusing tweet from Zach McCrite caught a good amount of attention as he could not contain himself from making fun of the historic outcome, saying the Wildcats would only play Evansville if the game was to be played on a neutral ground with no home-court advantage whatsoever for any of them.

The shocking defeat came like a dose of their own medicine for the Wildcats. In their opening night Champions Classic game a week before, Calipari’s troops, who were then ranked at No. 2, outduelled the erstwhile preseason No. 1 Michigan State, 69-62, at the Madison Square Garden – a neutral venue. Aha!

Let us check more reactions from fans and other media people.

Meanwhile, checking on the Purple Aces inside their dugout.

Oddly enough, the upset loss came just a day after the Wildcats were ranked No. 1 in the Associated Press Top 25.

Now, let’s check on some crazy stats.

The upset also had its fair share of history on the odds betting perspective. Also according to ESPN Stats and Info, the loss is now tied for the third biggest college basketball upset in the last 15 seasons. The Wildcats were 24.5-point favorites entering the game.

Calipari was gracious in defeat and gave praise to the Purple Aces’ impressive performance.

"They beat us," said Calipari. "This wasn't us giving them a game. They took it from us. They came into Rupp Arena, where not many people win, and they won a tough game."

Evansville’s head coach Walter McCarthy, meanwhile, deflected the credit to his entire team.

"Our guys stuck together, we executed, and we really trusted each other," said McCarty. "It was a team win. I'm very proud of our guys. We've got veteran players; I think we match up with a lot of teams well."

Kentucky Wildcats Kentucky Wildcats forward Willie Cauley-Stein (15) dunks the ball against Cincinnati Bearcats forward Quadri Moore (0) during the first half in the third round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament at KFC Yum! Center. Jamie Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports