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Sweet 16 has unique look after upsets

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) After little went according to plan in the opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament, the bracket has a wildly different look for the Sweet 16 than many expected.

Out: Two 1-seeds (Virginia and Xavier) and a pair of 2-seeds (North Carolina and Cincinnati).

In: Two No. 11 seeds (Syracuse and Loyola-Chicago).


FSU rallies to upset No. 1 seed Xavier

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Florida State senior Phil Cofer knows the biggest key to making any comeback, especially in the NCAA Tournament.

Don't get rattled.


Texas A&M routs defending champ UNC

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Texas A&M had its big men relentlessly snatching down loose rebounds, its wing players knocking down shots and an entire roster full of guys playing with aggressive confidence.

Stunningly, reigning national champion North Carolina found no match for any of it.


Nevada rallies from 22 down, stuns Cincy

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Nevada's Jordan Caroline sat in the Wolf Pack's locker room and shouted the three words that were being repeated in households across the country.

"What just happened?!?"


UMBC loses to K-State after historic win

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) The ultimate underdog story is over, but this NCAA Tournament will always be remembered for the sweetest No. 16 in college basketball history.

UMBC's brief, but historic run ended with a 50-43 loss to ninth seeded Kansas State on Sunday night.


11-seed Orange stymie MSU in 55-53 win

DETROIT (AP) Syracuse barely got into the NCAA Tournament, getting the 68th and final spot.

The Orange have earned the right to keep playing in college basketball's showcase. And, no one will be excited about facing that zone defense.


WVU rips Marshall to return to Sweet 16

SAN DIEGO (AP) Two in-state foes being forced back together on the court by the NCAA Tournament thousands of miles from home became a one-sided celebration for West Virginia.

Jevon Carter was the one leading the way.


Purdue wins sans Haas, holds off Butler

DETROIT (AP) Without Isaac Haas, Purdue played fine for the most part.

Until the last few minutes, when the Boilermakers' season nearly slipped away.


Clemson blows past cold-shooting Auburn

SAN DIEGO (AP) Clemson isn't all about football.

The Tigers are pretty good at basketball, too, and are going to the Sweet 16 for the first time in 21 years.


South first with top 4 to miss Sweet 16

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