Unlike NCAA tournaments in the past there really haven't been many majors upsets this time around. There are some teams in the Sweet 16 that not many people predicted being there like Syracuse, Arizona, Purdue and Gonzaga, but for the most part the rest of the 12 teams are right where everyone thought they would be.
Although there haven't been any upsets to make headlines yet there have been a few very good teams like Memphis, Pittsburgh and Louisville that haven't exactly coasted into the third round of the tournament.
Memphis was the first team to face trouble against a very motivated Cal State Northridge team that seemed ready to cause the first upset of the tournament, but the Tigers rallied near the end of the second half to end the Madators hopes of becoming this season's Cinderellas story.
Pitt also had it fair share of struggles, but not just in the first round. Against both East Tennessee State and Oklahoma State the Panthers looked slow, worn down and just plain tired. DeJuan Blair looked great in both games and Sam Young emerged in the second round, but Pitt could have been sent packing early in the tournament.
The Cardinals had their work cut out for them in the second against ninth seed Siena. Louisville are favored to be the National champs in a lot of people's brackets and for good reason, but they almost dropped the ball against Siena only beating them by seven points.
No upsets yet, but there are some pretty good match ups coming up!