And while last week we predicted that we’d see an all-quarterback Final Four, that can no longer happen after Cinderella Peyton Hillis pulled off the last-second upset victory over No. 2 seed Matt Ryan. It was the closest final score in the one-year history of the tournament (51-49).
And on the other side of the bracket, a top seed is gone. Ninth-seeded Adrian Peterson upended No. 1 Philip Rivers, but that upset wasn’t as big as it sounds. AP probably shouldn’t have been ranked that low.
Pre-tournament favourite Aaron Rodgers moved on, as did PETA favourite Michael Vick. Here’s the updated bracket: