March Madness support update after Princeton upsets Arizona

Princeton stunned Arizona to send March Madness into absolute chaos. Here’s a look at the updated bracket following the Tigers’ advance.

The first day of the 2023 NCAA Tournament caused a lot of chaos. Just hours after Furman stunned Virginia with a late three-pointer, an even bigger goliath fell as 2nd-seeded South Region Arizona was eliminated by 15th-seeded Princeton in the a 59-55 clash.

The Tigers scored the final nine points of the game, preventing the Wildcats from scoring for the final 4:45 minutes of regulation time. It was a downright shocking turn of events for the Pac-12 tournament champions, who appeared to be playing their best basketball entering March Madness, and allowed Princeton to score the biggest upset for the Ivy League since the NCAA tournament. expanded to 64 teams in 1985. .

March Madness support update after Princeton upsets Arizona

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The Day 1 afternoon window is almost over with Arkansas and Illinois still in action at tee time. There have only been two upsets in the first seven games of March Madness, but they’re huge with two power conference champions pulling out before they even reached Thursday night.

This should come as no surprise to anyone who has watched college basketball this season, as there has been no dominant team throughout the season. The mayhem could continue tonight with dangerous underdogs ready to take the floor including 12-seeded Oral Roberts against 5-seeded Duke and an intriguing showdown between two of the hottest teams in the country, Texas A&M, 7 seeds, and 10 seeds. Penn State out of the Midwest region.

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