This Day in Failure: April 2

1990: Duke University’s men’s basketball team is defeated by UNLV 103-73, making this the eighth consecutive Final Four appearance for the Blue Devils in which they fail to win a national championship. On this day, the Blue Devils also become the first team to allow more than 100 points in a championship game, and the 30-point margin of defeat is the largest in championship game history.

1932: A $50,000 ransom is paid for the kidnapped son of Charles and Anna Lindbergh. However, the child is not returned and is found dead the following month.