The 2015 NCAA Tournament has already wreaked havoc as two No. 3 seeds have already been eliminated from the tournament, and a record five games have been decided by one point.
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Baylor and Iowa State, the No. 3 seeds to lose on the first day, were among these teams who lost by one point.
No. 6 seed SMU also had their game decided by one point, and it was in controversial fashion as UCLA was awarded three points on a questionable goaltending call.
UAB and Georgia State winning was enough to ruin brackets right off the bat, and the number of perfect brackets remaining is minimal.
It may come as a surprise that anyone could possibly still have their bracket afloat throughout all this chaos, but ESPN Stats and Info revealed how many brackets picked every Day 1 game correctly.
There were 273 16-for-16 brackets (out of 11.57 million) in the Tournament Challenge There were also 2 brackets that were 0-for-16
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) March 20, 2015