Final score: 11 East Tennessee State 93, No. 6 Michigan 72
Blowout city by East Tennessee State as they won by 21 points over Michigan. Tray Boyd came off the bench for ETSU and was the games leading scorer with 20 points and making 4 of 8 from three-point land. It was not just one player but there were six players in double figures which led to the blowout.
Final score: No. 14 Bradley 83, No. 3 Maryland 82
Another double-digit seed takes down a Big Ten team. This time it is Bradley who upsets Maryland by a single point as Koch Bar hit a fadeaway jumper as time expired to pull off the win. Bar ended the night with just six points but was the hero to pull off the upset.
Final score: No. 7 Arizona 79, No. 10 Oklahoma 56
A huge blowout with Arizona having no issues with Oklahoma and this game was a tale of two teams. The Sooners could not buy a bucket from anywhere on the court, specifically from three-point range by making just 3 of 21. On the flip side, the Wildcats made 10 of 22 and that was the key reason for the decisive victory.
Final score: No. 2 Florida State 92, No. 15 Arkansas-Little Rock 76
Florida State started its potential national title run by thumping Arkansas-Little Rock by 16 points with a strong performance from beyond the arc going 11 of 18. The bench also played a big role with Patrick Williams and Dominik Olejniczak combining for 29 points off the bench.