The 2011 NCAA Tournament's day two ("four") didn't provide nearly as many buzzer-beating moments as Thursday did, other than George Mason's win over Villanova, but it did turn up a rich crop of March Madness upsets. Marquette, Virginia Commonwealth, and Florida State all knocked off higher-seeded opponents.
In the East region, No. 11 Marquette stifled No. 6 Xavier, winning 66-55 and setting up a game against Syracuse, a team that has been so very stifleable at points this season. The Southwest's No. 10 FSU tipped No. 7 Texas A&M 57-50, winning the program's first NCAA Tournament game since 1998 and drawing No. 2 Notre Dame next. Also in the Southwest, No. 12 VCU lit up No. 5 Georgetown, 74-56, to earn a Sunday meeting against Purdue.
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