Loyola Chicago and Buffalo look to upset the favorites in Saturday's second round action.

Standout guard Jairus Lyles is among three players from Maryland suburbs on Retrievers roster.

Greek import took some time to find her stride, but she will be crucial as No. 5 seed Terps play No. 4 seed N.C. State on Sunday.

Other college basketball news

Poole’s buzzer-beater sends Michigan past Houston 64-63

The unflappable freshman with swag to spare let loose a long 3-pointer just as the buzzer sounded, watched it splash through the net and took off on a dead sprint around the arena.

Keenan Evans, Texas Tech to Sweet 16 after win over Florida

Keenan Evans treats every game like senior night and is doing all he can to keep playing for Texas Tech.

Loyola of Chicago tops Tennessee to advance to Sweet 16

Results from the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday:

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The Duke coach earned his 1,099th career win and his 93rd in the NCAA tournament with the Blue Devils’ domination of Rhode Island.

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Freeman A. Hrabowski III has national platform thanks to a historic upset, and it gives him “the kind of goose bumps that I get when I’m solving a math problem.”

Donte DiVincenzo early and Mikal Bridges late frustrate star freshman Collin Sexton and drive the Wildcats to the Sweet 16.

Coaches who have beaten the formidable and unorthodox Cavaliers share a simple secret: Play the Cavaliers the way they play you.

The Cavaliers will have all offseason to ponder why they were outplayed in almost every way by the No. 16 seed.

The University of Maryland-Baltimore County Retrievers became the first No. 16 seed to beat a No. 1 in the men’s basketball tournament. The University of Virginia Cavaliers became the biggest top-seeded failure in the sports history.

On a night of Twitter roasting, no one took more grief than Seth Davis, who finally admitted “I have egg on my face."

Those contemplated attending the school have been subject to a teasing acronym: “U Made a Bad Choice.” Now who's laughing?

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No. 16 seeds were 0-135 vs. No. 1s in NCAA men’s basketball tournament history. The Retrievers couldn’t have ended the streak more emphatically.

Thundering Herd record their first-ever NCAA tournament win, while Wichita State becomes the second No. 4 seed to bow out in two days.

The Wolf Pack rallied repeatedly in an overtime victory, leaving them to celebrate while the Longhorns lamented lost opportunities.

The Ramblers’ team chaplain, 98, filled out two brackets and mixes scouting reports into her pregame invocations. She also has her team going to the Sweet 16.

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