With an 11 seed, 8 seed and 7 seed making up three of the NCAA Tournament's Elite Eight spots, the average bracket didn't stand much of a chance headed into the weekend.
But there's no need to fear. Get your updated, printable bracket here, and prepare to make even more wrong predictions for the tournament's final three rounds.
So far, two of the Final Four slots are filled in. No. 1 overall seed Florida punched its ticket by holding off upstart No. 11 Dayton, 62-52. With the win, the Gators advanced to their fifth ever Final Four, the first one for this group of players. Seniors Patric Young, Will Yeguete, Casey Prather and Scottie Wilbekin had all lost in the Elite Eight in each of their first three seasons.
Wisconsin grabbed the other spot behind 28 points and 11 rebounds from Frank Kaminsky, to lift the Badgers to a 64-63 overtime win against Arizona. The win gives head coach Bo Ryan his first ever Final Four appearance after leading the Badgers to the NCAA Tournament in each of his 13 years at the helm.
The fun continues on Sunday when the final two spots in the Final Four will be filled in. First in the East, No. 7 Connecticut and No. 4 Michigan State take the court from Madison Square Garden. UConn is looking for its fifth trip to the Final Four, while Tom Izzo's crew is gunning for its ninth. After that, in the Midwest, 2012 champion No. 8 Kentucky takes on 2013 runner-up No. 2 Michigan. All four teams in action on Sunday won their Sweet 16 games Friday night by five points or less.