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This is (March) Madness! Top seeds Gonzaga and Arizona topple

Gonzaga gone. Arizona adieu. Baylor busted. That's leaves Kansas as the only No. 1 seed left.
Chet Holmgren #34 of the Gonzaga Bulldogs reacts against the Arkansas Razorbacks in the Sweet Sixteen round game of the 2022 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.

Sorry, (half of) America.

Looks like your March Madness bracket is in shambles. Two meant there were a lot of fist-shakes-toward-the-heavens going on in living rooms Thursday night.

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