Here are some takeaways from the late-afternoon action:
After 24 games, just 64 of our 17.3 million brackets remain perfect.
Sadly, the Nevada victory over Texas gave a W to the only bracket that entered that game with zero wins.
Not only did 53.8 percent of brackets go with No. 10 Texas over No. 7 Nevada, but 11.2 percent had Texas going to the Sweet 16 -- 8.7 percent have the victorious Wolf Pack advancing over Cincinnati next.
The public wasn't buying into No. 7 Arkansas today -- 58 percent of brackets went with No. 10 Butler to advance. That was the upset predicted most in the Round of 64.
Not only did 58 percent of brackets pick No. 10 Butler to beat No. 7 Arkansas, but a healthy 11.9 percent have them advancing past No. 2 Purdue to the Sweet 16. That's the biggest advancement percentage of any 7, 8, 9 or 10 seed.
Percentage who correctly picked each game:
No. 7 Nevada (46.2 percent) over No. 10 Texas
No. 5 West Virginia (82.6 percent) over No. 12 Murray St.
No. 10 Butler (58.0 percent) over No. 7 Arkansas
No. 2 North Carolina (95.9 percent) over No. 15 Lipscomb
No. 2 Cincinnati (92.9 percent) over No. 15 Georgia State
No. 13 Marshall (13.5 percent) over No. 4 Wichita State
No. 2 Purdue (95.7 percent) over No. 15 Cal State Fullerton
No. 7 Texas A&M (50.8 percent) over No. 10 Providence