Ole Miss has knocked off Wisconsin 57-46 in the second round of the NCAA tournament, becoming the third No. 12 seed to defeat a No. 5 seed in this year's tournament.
Both teams entered the tournament pretty hot, as the Rebels won the SEC tournament championship over the Florida Gators, while the Badgers came up just short against Ohio State in the B1G tournament final.
It took over 20 minutes, but Marshall Henderson finally found his stroke from outside, and it helped propel the Rebels to the upset. It's the second significant upset in the West region, as 14-seed Harvard defeated New Mexico Thursday night.
The Rebels will play the winner of Kansas State and La Salle on Sunday.