March Madness just started Thursday, and we already have two major upsets. Two second seeds, Duke and Missouri, were knocked off by heavy underdogs in Friday's games, the first time in tournament history that two No. 15 seeds have made it past the first round. Lehigh overtook Duke, 75–70, while Missouri lost 86–84 Friday night to Norfolk State, which is appearing in the NCAA tourney for the first time in school history. Four of Norfolk State’s starters scored in double digits, including center Kyle O’Quinn, who led the team with 26 points.