Things continued to go "off the rails" on Sunday at the NCAA basketball tournament with three more upsets...the more upsets that happen, the more cheerleader pics end up in this daily feature.


Kentucky, Stanford, and Baylor were the lucky three who were able to knock off a higher seed. The higher seeds who did manage to hold serve did so in very impressive fashion. Virginia and Arizona both looked extremely impressive in lopsided victories, and Iowa State surprised everyone by not missing a beat without injured star Georges Niang in the lineup...next man up.

ON TO THE CHEERLEADERS!

* Just remember that when it comes to these upset cheerleader photos...they can't all be USC, Florida St., or Oregon. We are going to be dealing with some mid-majors who feature a much smaller "talent pool" than the bigger schools. I'll try my best. 

If you come across any better pictures for these schools, feel free to hit me up on Twitter (@PSDRedZone) or Facebook (PSD RedZone) and I'll add them to the list.

Stanford Cardinal



Baylor Bears



Kentucky Wildcats



Since I like to try to keep the cheerleader pics at four...you get an Ashley Judd bonus



Now, for my bracket. Tough day with the upsets but like I said going into Day 4, every game that was played on Sunday was meaningless to my Elite Eight. Losing all of those games on Sunday makes my bracket look messy with all of those "X"'s but I still have six of my Elite Eight remaining (and all of my Final Four) and most other participants in my pools are totally blown up. I'm not going to win any prizes nationally, that's for sure, but I'm still sitting near the top of all four of my bracket pools, with tons of points still available to me moving forward. 

I'm in a good position but I have some big games coming up with San Diego State over Arizona and UConn over Iowa State...need those two.

The Sweet 16 tips off on Thursday, enjoy your few days of not worrying about college basketball results...unless, of course, you are a degenerate gambler in which case you have a full week of NIT, CBI, and CIT action to look forward to. I'm not saying that I'm included in that group...but I'm not saying I'm not either. 

Enjoy your week.