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Day 2 of NCAA Tournament opens with red-hot Michigan

FILE - In this Sunday, March 12, 2017, file photo, Michigan guard Derrick Walton Jr. (10) reacts during the first half of the Big Ten NCAA college basketball championship game against Wisconsin in Washington. Walton has fueled Michigan's turnaround since early February and will now try to lead the Wolverines on an extended run in the NCAA Tournament. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

Day 2 of the NCAA Tournament won't have much work to do if it wants to top a decidedly staid Day 1.

The higher seeds went 14-2 on Thursday, the only upsets coming by 12th-seeded Middle Tennessee and 11th seeded Xavier.

The rest of the field gets underway Friday, with streaking Big Ten champion Michigan taking on 10th-seeded Oklahoma State at 12:15 p.m EST. The early games include third-seeded Baylor against 14th-seeded New Mexico State, eighth-seeded Arkansas against ninth-seeded Seton Hall and third-seeded Oregon against 14th-seed Iona.

Top seeds North Carolina and Kansas get started a little later.

The upset alert button will be ready for 10th-seeded Wichita State against seventh-seeded Dayton in the South Region. Over 70 percent of brackets on Yahoo opted for the Shockers over the Flyers.

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