By Staff
March 21, 2014

Langston Hall and the Mercer Bears defeated Duke on Friday afternoon, 87-81.Langston Hall and Mercer are still dancing after holding off Duke in Friday's first game. (Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Day 2 got off and running with a huge upset, as No. 14 seed Mercer became the second consecutive Atlantic Sun champion to rock the college basketball world in the round of 64, pulling off a 78-71 victory over Duke in Friday's first game. A few hours later in the same arena, Tennessee became the first team from this year's First Four to advance to the weekend with a blowout win over Massachusetts that assured at least one double-digit seed of a berth in the Sweet Sixteen. How many more shockers lie ahead? Will we see an encore to Thursday night's flurry of overtime finishes?

The Madness is well underway. Martin Rickman and David Gardner will be here to guide you through the second day of the round of 64. Tweet us your questions or leave them in the comments, and we'll try our best to respond.


MIDWEST: No. 14 Mercer 78, No. 3 Duke 71

WEST: No. 6 Baylor 74 vs. No. 11 Nebraska 60

SOUTH: No. 10 Stanford 58, No. 7 New Mexico 53

WEST: No. 1 Arizona 68, No. 16 Weber State 59

MIDWEST: No. 11 Tennessee 86, No. 6 Massachusetts 67

MIDWEST: No. 3 Creighton 76, No. 14 UL-Lafayette 66

SOUTH: No. 2 Kansas 80, No. 15 Eastern Kentucky 69

WEST: No. 8 Gonzaga 85, No. 9 Oklahoma State 77

EAST: No. 8 Memphis 71, No. 9 George Washington 66

EAST: No. 6 North Carolina 79, No. 11 Providence 77

MIDWEST: No. 1 Wichita State 64,  No. 16 Cal Poly 37

SOUTH: No. 12 Stephen F. Austin 77 No. 5 VCU 75

EAST: No. 1 Virginia 70 No. 16 Coastal Carolina 59

MIDWEST: No. 8 Kentucky 56 No. 9 Kansas State 49

EAST: No. 3 Iowa State 93 vs. No. 14 NC Central 75 

SOUTH: No. 4 UCLA 76 vs. No. 13 Tulsa 59

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