If you cool a material and avoid crystallization, you get a supercooled liquid and ultimately a glass. If you extrapolate the entropy of the supercooled liquid, at some point it intersects with the entropy of the crystal. This is known as the entropy crisis or the Kauzmann Paradox (see Wikipedia).
But all information I could find on the entropy crisis is for ordinary glasses. Is there an analogy of the Kauzmann Paradox in spin glasses?