Now that Norfolk State became the fifth 15th seed to win a NCAA Tournament game, can lightning strike twice in the same building?
Norfolk State won its first tournament game by shocking No. 2 Missouri here at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Neb., 86-84, earlier today.
The top seeds continued to tumble when Lehigh became the sixth 15th seed as it surprised Duke, and anybody that lives in North Carolina, 75-70.
Now it’s Detroit’s turn.
The Titans face No. 2 Kansas in a Midwest Region second round game and the Big 12 Conference is looking to avoid another major upset.
If nothing else, those fabulous 15s have added more drama to the Detroit-Kansas matchup. Will there be a third 2 seed go down on what has been a frightful Friday for many top seeds. Michigan fans can relate.
Are these upsets a benefit for coach Ray McCallum and his team? Do they give them hope? Or does Kansas coach Bill Self use the