2014 NCAA March Madness Update: Iowa State Edges North Carolina, 85-83 Advances to Next Round vs. Connecticut [PHOTOS]

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  • Crunch Kane
    DeAndrew Kane had 24 points but nothing more significant than the last two markers for the win. Reuters
  • All-Around Guard
    Aside from the game-winner, DeAndre Kane was also efficient from the field (9/18 FG); he added 10 rebounds and 7 dimes as well Reuters
  • Iowa's Threes
    Iowa State hit 12 shots behind the arc led by Monte Morries who made three of four from the 3-point line. Reuters
  • On to Sweet Sixteen
    No team from the State of North Carolina will be in the Sweet 16-- a first since 1979 Reuters
  • Bad Start, Great Finish
    Iowa State started the game missing 9 of their first 10 shots. Trailing 76-71 with 3:47 to go in the game, the Cyclones unleased a 14-7 run to get the victory. Reuters
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More upsets were delivered in the second day of the Round of 32 in the 2014 NCAA Tournament even as one favourite, Iowa State Cyclones came prepared and came away with the win on Sunday when they faced the dangerous sixth seed North Carolina Tar Heels.

DeAndre Kane hit the game-winner with 2.0 seconds left to give Iowa State 85-83 victory and a place in the Sweet Sixteen. North Carolina had a chance to steal it but never got off a shot on time. The Tar Heels still had a timeout to call but it was never called blowing the opportunity for a better opporunity in the end.

View the slideshow for the storylines, stats and facts in the North Carolina-Iowa State match-up.

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