Cleveland State's guard Terrell Hales (11) drives on Wright State's forward Everett Winchester (2) during the first half of an NCAA basketball game in the Horizon League tournament championship in Detroit, Tuesday, March 6, 2018. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

All aboard at Cleveland State.

The Vikings' surprise run to the Horizon League title game on Tuesday night in Detroit againt Wright State had fans back on campus scrambling to get to the Motor City. 

The school entered the league tournament as the eighth seed after finishing 12-22 overall and 6-12 in conference. But they've been rolling in the Horizon League tourney, opening with a one-point win over ninth-seeded Youngstown State before taking down No. 1 seed Northern Kentucky. A victory over fourth-seeded Oakland on Monday sent Cleveland State to the finals. 

It looks like the buses filled up from the Cleveland campus for the roughly 170-mile drive to Detroit to watch the game. Homework can wait ... for now.



The Vikings' run came to an end with a 74-57 loss to Wright State in the final.