Here are some takeaways from Friday's early-afternoon action:
After 20 games, just 347 of our 17.3 million brackets remain perfect.
13.5 percent of brackets picked No. 13 Marshall to upset No. 4 Wichita State on Friday.
Wichita State’s loss to Marshall will do some serious damage to a lot of brackets, because 86.5 percent had the Shockers winning Friday, 43.4 percent had them advancing to the Sweet 16, 7.8 percent to the Elite 8 and 3.8 percent to the Final Four.
No. 7 Texas A&M is picked in 6.5 percent of brackets to advance to the Sweet 16 over the winner of UNC/Lipscomb.
The public isn’t buying into No. 7 Arkansas on Friday -- 58 percent of brackets went with No. 10 Butler to advance. That’s the upset predicted most in the Round of 64.
Not only did 58 percent pick No. 10 Butler to beat No. 7 Arkansas on Friday but a healthy 11.9 percent have it advancing past No. 2 Purdue to the Sweet 16. That’s better than each 7-seed, 8-seed, 9-seed and 10-seed is predicted to advance.
Percentage of brackets that correctly picked each game:
No. 2 Cincinnati (92.9 percent) over No. 15 Georgia State
No. 13 Marshall (13.5 percent) over Wichita State
No. 2 Purdue (95.7 percent) over No. 15 CS Fullerton
No. 7 Texas A&M (50.8 percent) over No. 10 Providence