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Halftime: Could Middle Tennessee Score First Huge Upset Of Tournament Over Michigan State?

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.

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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.