Sunday isn’t a good day to be a higher-ranked seed in the NCAA Tournament.

Earlier in the day, No. 11 Syracuse beat No. 3 Michigan State 55-53, and Texas A&M certainly kept that going Sunday afternoon.

The Aggies dominated defending National Champion UNC 86-65.

It was unclear how Texas A&M’s length would affect UNC, but the rebounds and blocks tell a major story. The Aggies finished with eight blocks (compared to UNC’s 0) and plus 14 on rebounds.

Four Aggies finished in double figures, with center Tyler Davis scoring 18 points, grabbing nine rebounds and recording three blocks. Forward Robert Williams finished with just eight points, but he grabbed a game-high 13 rebounds. Freshman TJ Starks led the Aggies in scoring with 20 points and added five assists.

North Carolina certainly isn’t used to seeing blowout losses during tournament time. Just two UNC players scored in double figures. Guard Joel Berry finished with 21, while forward Luke Maye scored 13 points and grabbed 11 rebounds.

Texas A&M advances to the Sweet 16 to face Michigan on March 22.