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March Madness got a little crazy last weekend. When Mizzou lost on Friday in the first round to a team seeded 15th, brackets all over Columbia and Missouri were crushed. And then Duke lost, another No. 2 seed, and half of the brackets in North Carolina were crushed.
Two No. 2 seeds were upset in the first round of the tournament; before 2012, that had only happened four times in the history of the tournament.
Even though you probably don’t have a perfect bracket anymore, the NCAA tournament might still have exciting upsets in store for the weekend. All four No. 1 seeds have made it to the Sweet Sixteen so let the upsets begin. Everyone loves an underdog, right?
Here’s a rundown of the games scheduled for Thursday and Friday night:
7:15 p.m. ET (6:15 CT): (4) Wisconsin v. (1) Syracuse
7:47 p.m. ET (6:47 CT): (4) Louisville v. (1) Michigan State
9:45 p.m. ET (8:45 CT): (6) Cincinnati v. (2) Ohio State
10:17 p.m. ET (9:17 CT): (7) Florida v. (3) Marquette
7:15 p.m. ET (6:15 CT): (10) Xavier v. (3) Baylor
7:47 p.m. ET (6:47 CT): (13) Ohio v. (1) North Carolina
9:45 p.m. ET (8:45 CT): (4) Indiana v. (1) Kentucky
10:17 p.m. ET (9:17 CT): (11) N. Carolina State v. (2) Kansas
Even if Mizzou isn’t in the tournament, we can cheer for North Carolina State to beat Kansas.
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