March Madness 2014: The Nae Nae, Fail Faces + More You Missed While You Were Worrying About Your Bracket

  • NCAA Basketball Tournament 2014 Mercer Defeats Duke

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  • NCAA Tournament 2014 Duke loses to Mercer

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  • Kevin Canevari of the Mercer Bears

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  • NCAA Tournament 2014: Dayton Defeats Syracuse

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  • NCAA Tournament 2014: Iowa State Coach Fred Hoiberg Dances

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  • NCAA Tournament 2014: Iowa State Coach Fred Hoiberg’s Son Jack

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  • NCAA Tournament 2014: Iowa State Coach Fred Hoiberg’s Daughter Paige

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  • 2014 NCAA Tournament Creighton loses to Baylor

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  • NCAA Tournament 2014: North Dakota State Coach Saul Phillips cries

  • NCAA Tournament 2014 Crying Kansas Fan

  • 2014 NCAA Tournament Creighton loses to Baylor

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  • NCAA Tournament 2014: Craig Sager

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Whether you’re a fan of the Nae Nae or the fail faces of hulking athletes, there were plenty of things more interesting than college basketball during the first weekend of NCAA Tournament play. Mercer University shocked the world with a first round upset over historic power Duke, and its players rose to the occasion by celebrating in ways that could only make them internet superstars: awkward dancing at center court.

There were also uncontrollable tears and sidelines hugs, and through it all, CBS Sports reporter Craig Sager was there wearing something ridiculous. In case you were worried, yes, he’s still got it.

Busted bracket got you down? Join the club. Play starts up again tonight, and the only thing that can make these final days of March more maddening is yet another snowstorm crashing into the Northeast. If you don’t care about whether Florida, Virgina or some other state school wins, but prefer to stay up on current affairs, allow us to direct you to most important stories from this never-ending college basketball party. Because while you were busy keeping score, we were caught up in the tears, the fashion and the dancing of our nation’s best collegiate ballers. Click through the gallery above to see what you might have missed.

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