Bradley Center upsets Scottrade Center in First Round!
The 18,717 seat BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin pulled off the only upset in the 1st round of Pro Stanchions 2014 NCAA March Madness Arena Bracket Challenge by defeating the 19,150 seat Scottrade Center.
Home to the NBA Milwaukee Bucks, AHL Milwaukee Admirals, and the NCAA Marquette University Men's Basketball team, the arena saw both #2 seed favorites, the University of Wisconsin and the University of Michigan, advance to the Sweet 16 of the 2014 NCAA Men's Basketball tournament.
Scottrade Center, home of the NHL St. Louis Blues, sent two lower seed upset teams to the next round when the University of Kentucky beat the #1 seed Wichita State University, and Standford University defeated the #2 seed University of Kansas.
The Bradley Center will have its hands full in the second round when it faces the 70,000 seat Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. Lucas Oil Stadium is hosting the 2014 NCAA March Madness Midwest Regionals, is home to the NFL Indianapolis Colts and recently hosted the Super Bowl in 2012. Lucas Oil Stadium defeated the 12,414 seat Viejas Arena in San Diego, California, home to the San Diego State University Men's and Women's Basketball teams, in the first round of Pro Stanchions Arena Bracket Challenge.
Other action in 1st Round Arena Bracket Challenge matchups
19,200 seat First Niagara Centre in Buffalo, New York, home of the NHL Buffalo Sabres and NLL Buffalo Bandits, defeats the 19,722 seat PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina, home of the NHL Carolina Hurricanes and NCAA North Carolina State University Men's Basketball team. First Niagara Centre will square off against the #1 seeded 108,000 seat AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Home to the NFL Dallas Cowboys, AT&T Stadium is hosting the 2014 NCAA March Madness Final Four Championship games.
18,119 seat FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee, home of the NBA Memphis Grizzlies and the NCAA University of Memphis Men's Basketball team, defeats the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena in Spokane, Washington, home of the WHL Spokane Chiefs and the AFL Spokane Shock, to move on to round 2.
18,336 seat Honda Center, home of the NHL Anaheim Ducks and newly formed AFL Los Angeles Kiss, defeats the 'Birthplace of March Madness' the 13.435 seat University of Dayton Arena in Dayton, Ohio, home to the NCAA University of Dayton Men's Basketball team. The University of Dayton Arena has played host to the "First Four" play-in games of the NCAA March Madness tournament since 2001 and has hosted more NCAA Men's Basketball tournament games than any other venue in the country. Although the University of Dayton Flyers Men's Basketball team pulled off upsets in both of its games in First Niagara Centre to be one of the teams in the Sweet Sixteen, their home arena could not pull off the upset against Honda Center. Honda Center and Fedex Forum will face each other in Round Two of Pro Stanchions Arena Bracket Challenge.
18,581 seat AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas, home of the NBA San Antonio Spurs, WNBA San Antonio Silver Stars, and AHL San Antonio Rampage, defeats the 18,846 seat Amway Center in Orlando, Florida, home to the NBA Orlando Magic and ECHL Orlando Solar Bears. AT&T Center will square off against the 18,912 seat perennial powerhouse Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York, home of the NHL New York Rangers. NBA New York Knicks and WNBA New York Liberty.