Tom Izzo just busted your March Madness bracket after just one game.

Okay, maybe that’s not true for you. Maybe you were smart. Maybe you know your history.

The history of Izzo and his Michigan State program racking up wins in the NCAA Tournament, regardless of the stakes. Or maybe you knew the fact that the Spartans were a top-10 team in KenPom‘s adjusted defensive efficiency going up against a Mississippi State team that sometimes struggled offensively.

Maybe that was you, and maybe you safely projected the Spartans to beat the Bulldogs and move into the Round of 32. However, a large part of the country was not as wise.

According to the official NCAA March Madness account, 42.6% of brackets were busted when the Spartans beat Mississippi State 69-51. Translation: 42.6% of brackets were unaware — or dangerously disregarded — Izzo’s history.

In the process, Izzo adds another victory as the lower seeded team in an NCAA Tournament matchup. Michigan State was the 9-seed going up against 8-seeded Mississippi State Thursday afternoon.

The victory gives Izzo 17 all-time, extending his personal NCAA Tournament record in the process. Former Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim is second on that list with 15.

Dialing up another deep run?

Last season, the Spartans rolled to the Sweet 16 where they lost to 3-seed Kansas State in one of the best games of the entire tournament. In that run, Michigan State (a 7-seed) upset 2-seed Marquette in the second round.

If the Spartans want a similar run (or deeper), they will likely need another monumental upset this weekend. Michigan State will face the winner of 1-seed North Carolina vs. 16-seed Wagner, a game that the Tar Heels are currently in control of in the second half.

Be sure to check back on the odds and trends for Saturday’s matchup with Tradition’s Ohio sports betting apps. Regardless of the team — and the betting line — don’t count out Izzo and his crew until the final whistle.

Your bracket might just depend on it.