March Madness 2017: Sweet 16 set after 2 more major upsets

Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

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The first weekend of the NCAA Tournament is in the books, leaving us with the Sweet 16, or the final teams competing for the National Championship.

The No. 3 seed Bruins beat sixth seeded Cincinnati 79-67 on Sunday night, capping off an exciting slate of games in the second round.

In two upsets, eighth-seeded Wisconsin shocked the nation when it ousted overall No. 1 seed Villanova on Saturday and seventh-seeded MI knocked out No. 2 Louisville on Sunday.

(2) Louisville vs. (7) Michigan Indianapolis 12:10 p.m.

The Oregon Ducks, who open the Sweet 16 on Thursday against MI, come in at 20-1. No. 11 Xavier plays No. 3 Florida State (6:10, TNT) in Orlando, Fla. and No. 12 Middle Tennessee meets No. 4 Butler (9:45, TBS) in Milwaukee. truTV(2) Duke vs. (7) South Carolina Greenville8:30 p.m. No. 1 North Carolina (TNT) 7:10 p.m. Midwest Region: No. 11 Rhode Island vs.

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