Updated 2014 NCAA Bracket: Kansas beats Eastern Kentucky


Mar 21, 2014; St. Louis, MO, USA; Kansas Jayhawks guard Frank Mason (0) save s the ball to Andrew Wiggins (22) in the first half against the Eastern Kentucky Colonels during the 2nd round of the 2014 NCAA Men

The second day of the NCAA Tournament is almost finished and the Round of 64 is just about behind us. While we saw our fair share of upsets, like Harvard beating Cincinnati on Thursday or Mercer toping Duke this afternoon, lower seeds have swagger this year and are looking to play spoiler.

One team that wasn’t about to allow a spoiler to ruin their title run was Kansas and despite a rough start, they handled Eastern Kentucky to advance to the Round of 32. The 10-seed Stanford Cardinal are waiting for them and are looking to force another upset.

Here’s a look at the brackets as they stand after Kansas’ win:

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Hopefully your bracket isn’t busted yet, but if it is then you can thank the likes of Tennesee, Mercer and other underdog seeds who played better than we though and have busted our brackets, thus killing our dreams of winning our office pool this March.

Be sure to stay tuned to FanSided.com and BustingBrackets.com throughout the 2014 NCAA Tournament for the latest news and results.

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