NCAA Tourney Turns Into Bracketology Blow Up
The 2018 NCAA Tournament has had a number of surprising results in its first 52 games. As the Region round starts Thursday, there are as many No. 7, 9, and 11 seeds (two of each) as there are No. 1, 2, and 3 seeds (two of each). Only two of the four top seeds, Villanova and Kansas, remain. For the first time in tournament history a No. 16 (University of Maryland, Baltimore County) defeated a No 1 seed (Virginia). In fact, the Cavaliers were the top overall seed in this year's tourney. Brackets put together by interested fans across the nation have been blown apart by upsets in all four regions. This weekend could supply more surprises as teams try to reach the Final Four and the Championship game on April 2nd.