John Beilein knows a thing or two about the 14 vs. 3 upset.
And it won't just be Michigan that should be on upset alert Thursday in the NCAA Tournament. Michigan State faces the same task, fending off what has become a pesky underdog in recent tournament history.
Folks always pencil in a 12 vs. 5 upset in their brackets, but just how often does a No. 14 seed knock off a No. 3?
Beilein did it in 1998 with Richmond (over South Carolina), but more recently, it's happened five times over the past five tournaments.