CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein checks in with five observations from Friday in the 2016 NCAA Tournament, including another rough first-round showing by the Big 12.
The first round of the NCAA Tournament is in the books, and boy could things have not been much wilder than they have been thus far.
Hawaii won an NCAA tournament game for the first time in program history by beating Cal by 11 in the latest upset from March Madness.
Sam Singer has arguably the highest basketball IQ on the Bears' roster and should help facilitate the offense.
With Stephen F. Austin on one of the hottest runs in program history over the past three years, coach Brad Underwood could be a name to watch during the tournament.
Cal point guard Tyrone Wallace suffered a hand injury in practice this week and has since been ruled out for the entire 2016 NCAA Tournament by doctors.
President Barack Obama picked Kansas over North Carolina in his 2016 NCAA Tournament bracket.
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Kansas is the No. 1 overall seed but if the Jayhawks want to reach the Final Four they'll have to get through a grueling slate of South Region opponents.

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