The first weekend of the NCAA Tournament was wild, with two No. 1 seeds and two No. 2 seeds both falling in upset fashion.

One of those No. 2 seeds that went down, North Carolina, lost to a tough Texas A&M team in the round of 32 on Sunday. The Aggies didn’t just win, either — they blew out the defending national champions by 21 points.

Now, though, coach Billy Kennedy’s squad has to face a Michigan team that is also playing well. On Monday’s episode of “The Paul Finebaum Show,” ESPN analyst Seth Greenberg said he thinks the Aggies will keep their postseason run going:

Much like with the Tar Heels, the Aggies’ size poses a problem for Michigan. Couple that with freshman G TJ Starks playing well and it’s a recipe that could lead the Aggies to the Elite Eight.

The game between A&M and Michigan will tip off at 7:37 p.m. Eastern time on Thursday night and can be seen on TBS.