The Sweet 16 wrapped up Sunday with a slate of games that were great for No. 1 seeds but not quite so for No. 2 seeds or for teams representing the University of Oregon in the men’s and women’s NCAA college basketball tournaments. The second-seeded Maryland women were stunned by No. 6 Texas, while the second-seeded Alabama men fell in overtime to No. 11 UCLA.

One No. 2 seed, the Louisville women, did survive the day, while UCLA and USC joined fellow Pac-12 member Oregon State in the Elite Eight. Top seeds on the men’s side (Gonzaga and Michigan) and in the women’s bracket (South Carolina and Stanford) all cruised to relatively comfortable wins.

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What to know about Sunday’s Sweet 16 games