NCAA Scores 2012: 5 Outcomes That Obliterated March Madness Brackets

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NCAA Scores 2012: 5 Outcomes That Obliterated March Madness Brackets
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After our first 16 games of the NCAA tournament's bracket bedlam, most games played out as expected—No. 3 Marquette's 88-68 defeat of the No. 14 play-in BYU Cougars came as a surprise to no one.

Nonetheless, every day including day one brings a few new bracket busters, upsets, oddities and scares that threaten to completely destroy a large number of pick-'em predictions.

Thursday proved no exception to that annual tournament rule, and even if not all was lost during the second round's first day, here are five outcomes that obliterated—or stand to seriously threaten—March Madness brackets.

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