The No. 2 ranked Missouri Tigers were one of the top teams in the nation all season long, but couldn't get past their opening game of the 2012 Men's NCAA Basketball Tournament. Kyle O'Quinn led the No. 15 ranked Spartans of Norfolk State University to a 86-84 victory Friday afternoon becoming just the fifth No. 15 seed to defeat a No. 2 seed in the tournaments history.

O'Quinn dropped 26 points and pulled down 14 rebounds, including a few crucial plays in the closing minutes. It was the first trip to the NCAA tournament for NSU and definitely the largest upset so far in the tournament.

Taking a look at The 97 Rock Bracket Challenge I am now in dead last - I had MissUhOhri going to the Final Four in New Orleans...and only one Ricky Mohl didn't have Missouri at least going to the Sweet 16. Not lookin' good for a lot of us.

Here are the current standings for the 97 Rock Bracket Challenge, winner scores tickets to Iron Maiden or Van Halen \m/

Robert Stewart
Chris Thompson
Derrick Adams
Eric Wyatt
Gaylord Focker
Jimmy Laposi
Ricky Mohl
Travis Hunt
Nicole Fetter
Todd Davis
Tom Buchel
The Brad