NCAA Tournament 2014: Mercer Upsets Duke, Rest Of Round Of 32 Games Set

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Mar 21, 2014; Raleigh, NC, USA; Duke Blue Devils guard Quinn Cook (2) walks off the court after loosing to the Mercer Bears in a men

Ya’ll ready for this?

If you thought that the first second round, the round of 64, was a huge headache and a whole lot of fun, get ready to have it again and so much more. Thursday alone saw three different 12-over-5 upsets, a record four overtime games in one day, Dayton beating in-state rival Ohio State in the final seconds to open the day and some high-quality teams getting tested by mid-majors. Friday saw more of the same.

We’ll take this time to digest everything that occurred on an epic Friday in the 2014 NCAA Tournament and also take a look ahead to games on Sunday.

Are you not sports entertained?

Side note: the quest for $1 billion is now over. Every bracket is broken so let’s please, for the sake of sanity, refrain from posting after every game what your bracket looks like. Now is the time to just sit back and enjoy the basketball being played. It’s a lot more fun that way. 

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