AP -- Four upsets in eight second-round games at the NCAA Tournament may be a sign the mid-major revolution is on. Or maybe not. It's too soon to draw conclusions, but there's few who doubt the little guys had a good day Sunday and four more mid-majors will pick up the banner in games Monday.

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No. 11 seed Loyola and No. 15 Oral Roberts are headed to the Sweet 16 after stunning top-seeded Illinois and seventh-seeded Florida, and neither cares much for the Cinderella label. Says Oral Roberts coach Paul Mills, "We are not capitulating to anybody here."

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