Thanks to some major upsets this weekend that wiped out a 1-seed and two 2-seeds, just 14 of the more than 11.57 million Tournament Challenge brackets got the entire Sweet 16 correct. Another 482 brackets got 15 of 16 right.
Here is a recap of Sunday's upsets and how it affected the brackets:
7-seed Michigan State over 2-seed Virginia
-- 27.1 percent of brackets had the Spartans in the Sweet 16 (most among 7-seeds); another 9.1 percent have them in the Final Four, surprisingly high for a 7-seed. Then again, the Spartans were the most popular Final Four pick in their region last year despite being a 4-seed.
-- Virginia was picked to reach the Sweet 16 in just 68.2 percent of brackets but was picked in 32.6 percent of brackets to reach the Final Four (fifth-most popular overall and tops in the East region), 15 percent to reach the title game (third-most) and 3.4 percent to win it all (sixth-most)
-- Michigan State draws Oklahoma next. 18.7 percent of brackets picked that particular matchup, with 65.4 percent of those brackets taking the Spartans.
7-seed Wichita State over 2-seed Kansas
-- 26.9 percent of brackets had the Shockers in the Sweet 16, but just 1.3 percent have them in the Final Four
-- Kansas was picked to reach the Sweet 16 in just 65.7 percent of brackets and the Final Four 5.4 percent of brackets (both lowest among 2-seeds)
-- Wichita State draws Notre Dame next. 21.4 percent of brackets picked that particular matchup, with 25.7 percent of brackets taking the Shockers to the Elite Eight.
5-seed West Virginia over 4-seed Maryland
-- 27.3 percent of brackets had the Mountaineers in the Sweet 16, but just 0.7 percent have them in the Final Four.
-- 31.6 percent of brackets had picked West Virginia to lose to 12-seed Buffalo in the round of 64.
-- Maryland was picked in 61.1 percent of brackets to reach the Sweet 16, but just 2.1 percent had them in the Final Four.
Here's a breakdown of the Sweet 16 teams by region, based on the percentage of brackets having them in the Sweet 16, as well as percentages of them reaching later rounds.
South (1.7 percent of brackets got all four teams right)
1. Duke: 93.1 percent (82.3 to Elite Eight/52.3 to Final Four/34.4 to title game/9.3 to win it all)
2. Gonzaga: 82.8 percent (48.3/21.9/12.4/2.9)
5. Utah: 37.3 percent (5.5/1.6/0.5/0.2)
11. UCLA: 7.7 percent (2.4/0.6/0.3/0.1)
1.7 percent of brackets got all four South region Sweet 16 teams right
West (10 percent of brackets got all four teams right)
1. Wisconsin: 91.8 percent (71.1/41.8/13.9/9.9)
2. Arizona: 84.8 percent (70.4/36.2/10.8/7.2)
4. North Carolina: 70.6 percent (20.5/9.9/2.7/1.7)
6. Xavier: 18.9 percent (3.5/0.9/0.2/8,438 total)
Midwest (4.5 percent got all four teams right)
1. Kentucky: 96.3 percent (90.9/77.7/58.7/48.0)
3. Notre Dame: 77.4 percent (51.1/9.5/4.8/2.6)
5. West Virginia: 27.3 percent (1.9/0.7/0.3/0.2)
7. Wichita State: 26.9 percent (8.9/1.3/0.5/0.3)
East (1.1 percent got all four teams right)
3. Oklahoma: 70.6 percent (18.7/7.1/2.0/0.4)
4. Louisville: 62.5 percent (26.1/12.3/4.7/1.1)
7. Michigan State: 27.1 percent (19.1/9.1/3.1/0.9)
8. NC State: 9.5 percent (3.8/1.1/0.4/0.2)
Previewing the Sweet 16 matchups
-- Picked in 35.1 percent of brackets
-- Duke picked in 88 percent of those brackets
-- Picked in 5.5 percent of brackets
-- Gonzaga picked in 77.9 percent of those brackets
-- Picked in 66.5 percent of brackets
-- Wisconsin picked in 73.6 percent of those brackets
-- Picked in 15.3 percent of brackets
-- Arizona picked in 87.2 percent of those brackets
-- Picked in 26.4 percent of brackets
-- Kentucky picked in 94.8 percent of those brackets
Notre Dame-Wichita State
-- Picked in 21.4 percent of brackets
-- Notre Dame picked in 74.3 percent of those brackets
-- Picked in 18.7 percent of brackets
-- Michigan State picked in 65.4 percent of those brackets
-- Picked in 5.5 percent of brackets
-- Louisville picked in 66.2 percent of those brackets
President Barack Obama ended up with just eight teams in the Sweet 16 and is already out three Elite Eight teams (Virginia, Villanova, Iowa State) and a Final Four team and national finalist (Villanova). He currently sits in the 42nd percentile.
The bracket that went 32-0 in the first round, ended up going 10-6 in the second round and lost its national title finalist in Kansas. The entry is tied for 14,852nd place.
An all-chalk bracket is now sits in the 85.8 percentile.