NCAA Tournament 2014: Biggest Surprises from Day 3

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NCAA Tournament 2014: Biggest Surprises from Day 3
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
No. 12 seed Harvard had a surprise for No. 5 seed Cincinnati, and that wasn't all.

March Madness lived up to its name Thursday as the NCAA tournament began play in what is now known as the round of 64.

There were upsets, overtime games, blown leads and magnificent individual performances. All in all, it was as entertaining as America has come to expect on this first full day of Madness.

There was even one gamewon by Saint Louis over North Carolina State in overtimethat led veteran announcer Dan Bonner to say on-air: "I don't know that I've ever seen anything quite like this."

Of course, mixed in with all the rest there were a number of surprises. See what surprised us the most.

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