Now that almost everybody's bracket has been busted (especially mine), people (including me) can watch basketball for entertainment purposes. The fear of losing a Final Four team isn't as prevalent as it once was because of all of the upsets.
The Sweet 16 kicks off on Thursday and it has many varying matchups in terms of seeding. There are some high seeds facing off as expected. Other games feature lower seeds competing to stay alive to play another day.
Teams will change location and prepare the next set of games. Pittsburgh was the only No. 1 seed to be upset before the second week of play began. The Big East suffered the most losses, as only two teams remain from the 11 that qualified. Notre Dame and Syracuse were two other high seeds who couldn't advance to the Sweet 16.
Regardless of the teams that lost, there are always interesting games to be played.
Here are the five most exciting contests between the 16 remaining competitors.