We almost made it through the first six games without an upset, before No. 11 Loyola-Chicago took down No. 6 Miami on a last-second shot.
To our gamers' credit, they were high on Loyola-Chicago in their brackets. Not only did 35.6 percent of brackets pick this upset, but more brackets picked No. 11 Loyola-Chicago (9.5 percent) to make the Sweet 16 than for all of the No. 7s, No. 8s, No. 9s and No. 10s except No. 8 Missouri and No. 10s Butler and Texas.
Loyola-Chicago will face No. 3 Tennessee on Saturday, and 64.3 percent of brackets picked Tennessee to make the Sweet 16.
Of 17.3 million Tournament Challenge brackets, 2.6 million (15 percent) remained perfect after the first six games of the tourney.
Here is the percentage of brackets that correctly picked each of the first six games:
No. 11 Loyola-Chicago (35.6 percent) over No. 6 Miami
No. 7 Rhode Island (51 percent) over No. 10 Oklahoma
No. 3 Tennessee (91 percent) over No. 14 Wright State
No. 4 Gonzaga (93 percent) over No. 13 UNC-Greensboro
No. 1 Kansas (95 percent) over No. 16 Penn
No. 2 Duke (96 percent) over No. 15 Iona