Forty-eight hours into the NCAA Tournament and 32 teams have already been sent packing. But that's why they call it March Madness, baby (according to Dick Vitale). With only West Virginia suffering an upset to Dayton, the Big East marched ahead into the second round with five teams still alive. UConn and Villanova both tip off this afternoon, the former with Head Coach Jim Calhoun rested from illness and back in the fold. While most of the lower-seeded regional teams received their expected exits in the first round, Albany's Siena took down Ohio State in two overtimes last night. They will now look for a real Cinderella story against top-seeded Louisville tomorrow. And this has not been the week for the president to talk about athletics as the brackets he filled out are not looking too hot so far. After a day where half his picks were eliminated, he ended up 19-for-32 in his first round predictions. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer calls Obama's Midwest region "a disaster." At least apologizing to Coach K beats eating crow to Sarah Palin.