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Teams like Florida, Louisville, Michigan and Villanova nearly sent some of us to the ICU with a heart attack.
So many brackets came close to being ripped to shreds, but when the dust finally settled, there weren't any major upsets.
Any half-hearted scholar of the game could tell you that No. 11 seeds have won 50 percent of their second-round games in the past four years, and that No. 12 seeds seem to always upset No. 5 seeds. Thus, Dayton, Harvard and North Dakota State don't count as major upsets.
I'm talking about teams seeded No. 2-4 going down in their first game. In each of the past six tournaments, we've had at least one No. 13, No. 14 or No. 15 seed advance to the round of 32. In four of those six years, we had multiple mega upsets in the second round.
But none occurred on Thursday.
You know what that means?
Buckle up for something extra crazy on Friday.
Kerry Miller covers college basketball for Bleacher Report. You can follow him on Twitter @kerrancejames.