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Iowa State and North Carolina have been going blow for blow so far as they vie for a spot in the Sweet 16.
Chasson Randle and Stanford announced themselves on the national stage by upsetting Kansas, 60-57.
Stanford never backed down against Kansas and was rewarded with a 60-57 victory and a Sweet 16 berth.
Kentucky has elevated its play in the second half and is keeping pace with undefeated Wichita State in St. Louis.
Two-seed Kansas may be favored, but scrappy Stanford is giving the Jayhawks a run for their money in St. Louis.
Undefeated Wichita State faces its first true test Sunday against a young, athletic Kentucky squad. (Jeff Roberson/AP)
Mercer over Duke has been the upset of the tournament so far. Can Cinderella get by Tennessee too?
Villanova and UConn are renewing their old Big East rivalry in Saturday's final game. The two are keeping it close.
Eleventh-seeded Dayton is headed to the Sweet 16 after grinding Syracuse's offense to a halt in a 55-53 upset win.
Get ready for some physical clashes in the paint when Kentucky and Wichita State tip off on Sunday.
That No. 12 seed Harvard got? The Crimson don't care for it much, as they are giving Michigan St. a tough time.
Dayton is on the verge of a second consecutive upset. The Flyers have Syracuse on the ropes with little time left.