There were some crazy finishes on Thursday in the NCAA Tournament, but no huge upsets. As a 12-seed, Murray State was the biggest in terms of seeding, but Ja Morant's Racers had plenty of believers against Marquette.
It didn't take long today, though. Earlier today, No. 4 seed Kansas State fell to No. 13 UC Irvine.
The NCAA is keeping track of the number of perfect brackets out there to date. Rolling up their own bracket buster game, with those of ESPN, CBS, Yahoo, Fox, and Sports Illustrated, at the end of Thursday it estimated that about 60,000 perfect brackets remained, which was 0.26-percent of the total brackets.
After KSU's defeat at the hands of the Anteaters, that number is down to 0.008-percent.
By our calculations, via the NCAA's numbers, there are around 1,846 perfect brackets left on those major sites.
Things could have taken an even bigger turn, thanks to Gardner-Webb's red hot first half against No. 1 seed Virginia.
Luckily for Wahoo fans, the team has responded, and now leads by 11, though over 10 minutes remain in the first half.
The bottom half of the South Region is still pretty interesting though. Tennessee has struggled with Colgate in the second half, and lead by just six with around three minutes left.
Based on how quickly things have dwindled, we may not have any perfect brackets left in a few hours.