The first 16 games of the NCAA tournament lacked drama, but the second 16 more than made up for it with not one but two 13-seeds (Siena and San Diego) advancing to the round of 32 and a 12-seed (Western Kentucky) taking out Connecticut. Perhaps lost in the shuffle of major upsets was No. 10 seed Davidson's thrilling victory over Gonzaga.
No. 1 seeds North Carolina and Memphis made easy work of their first-round opponents and now face Arkansas and Mississippi State, respectively, in the second round.
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