Not many people had heard of the Mercer Bears before Friday, March 21, 2014, when the No. 14 seed Bears stunned the No. 3 seed Duke Blue Devils 78-71 in the second round of the NCAA tournament. Brackets were busted all over the country with Duke's early exit, but that's why they call the tournament March Madness.
Although many other teams won by a narrow margin, Duke was the highest seeded team to lose in a second round filled with upsets.
My team, the No. 2 seed Kansas Jayhawks, got by the No. 15 seed Eastern Kentucky Colonels with a 80-69 win, after a first half filled with Jayhawk turnovers.
Whether or not you're a college basketball fan, the NCAA tournament is filled with excitement for all ages. It's too late to fill out March Madness brackets, but you can follow along and see how your favorite teams fare as the third round continues over the weekend.
Anyone who follows college basketball knows that there's always a No. 5 seed upset during the tournament, but this year three of the four No. 5 seeds fell to the hands of their No. 12 seed opponents. Here are all of the upsets from Friday's second round tournament action.