The 2016 NCAA Tournament has been entertaining, but thus far, there haven't been any historical upsets. That could change Friday afternoon. Michigan State, the 2-seed in the Midwest region, is getting all it can handle from 15-seed Middle Tennessee. The Blue Raiders raced out to a 15-2 advantage and thus far, have not relinquished the lead. MTSU is shooting 53.3% from the field and holds a 41-35 halftime lead.
Michigan State fans are starting to get nervous. They're usually on the other side of the coin when it comes to NCAA Tournament upsets.
">March 18, 2016
As a reminder - only seven teams have ever pulled off the 15 vs. 2 upset. The most recent was Florida Gulf Coast over Georgetown back in 2013.