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Upsets Mark Start of NCAA's March Madness

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Upsets Mark Start of NCAA's March Madness

Upsets Mark Start of NCAA's March Madness

Upsets Mark Start of NCAA's March Madness

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Texas Tech coach Bob Knight puts his faith in guards Jarrious Jackson (22) and Ronald Ross (24). Reuters hide caption

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Commentator John Feinstein discusses the major upsets in the first weekend of the NCAA men's basketball tournament. Among the big surprises: the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee made the Sweet 16, Bucknell beat Kansas and Vermont knocked off Syracuse. Will Bob Knight and Texas Tech advance?

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