Let's just call it: No. 2 Michigan St. losing to No. 15 Middle Tennessee is the biggest upset in NCAA tournament history.
• Michigan St. was the second-most popular pick among Yahoo users to win the entire tournament. More than 27.3 percent of Yahoo users picked Michigan St. to win the whole thing, second only to Kansas at 31.3 percent. (And third place, UNC at 14.1, wasn't even close).
• 98.8 percent of brackets picked Michigan St. to advance past the first round. (What's more stunning: That MSU lost or that more than 30,000 actually picked Middle Tennessee to win?) That's the largest pick count upset since Yahoo Sports started tracking pick count in 2003. (The previous record was 98.4 when second-seeded Missouri lost to Norfolk State in 2012.)
• More than 70 percent had the Spartans advancing to the Final Four.
• Vegas pegged Michigan St.Read More »from Biggest upset in NCAA tourney history busts remaining brackets