There have been six upsets in the eight games played so far in the Horizon League tournament, and Milwaukee hopes to make it seven total when they take on Northern Kentucky on Tuesday night. The Panthers are the last seed in the conference tournament and have already made history as the first 10-seed to make it to the conference CHampionship. The Norse have been the only squad not upset in the crazy tournament and have come off a double-digit win against Youngstown State. Tipoff is set for 7:00 PM Eastern time and the game can be seen on ESPN and online with WatchESPN and the ESPN mobile app.

No. 10 Milwaukee (11-23, 4-14 Horizon)

Cinderella was almost snatched late in the game when Illinois-Chicago went on a 12-3 run to tie things up with just under four minutes to play. However, it was the heroic efforts of Brock Stull (13.4 ppg) and Cody Wichmann (13 ppg) that put the team ahead once again. Stull recorded a double-double of 17 points and 10 rebounds, mimicking his impressive performance in the opening round game against Detroit. Wichmann recorded double figures in all three games and has amassed 36 points in the tournament.

It's been an incredible run for Milwaukee, a team that scores just 67.5 points per game this season (300th nationally), and it's fitting that their most impressive win was a 43-41 defensive tussle against 2-seeded Valparaiso.

No. 4 Northern Kentucky (23-10, 12-6 Horizon)

The Norse came into conference play with one of the better non-conference resumes, but they quickly gave way to Oakland and Valparaiso being at the top of the standings for much of the year. NKU is looking to have the last laugh with those schools' dreams of March Madness coming to a likely end.

They were the only top seed that advanced in the quarterfinals and they barely held on to an 82-77 win over Wright State.

Northern Kentucky will likely be focusing on perimeter shooting again to win the Horizon League. They hit 13-of-27 3-point attempts and shot 50 percent from the field in the 84-74 win over Youngstown State.

Drew McDonald (16.5 ppg) led the team with 26 points and 9 boards.

Motor City Madness is ending with a bang at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan, which is hosting the Horizon League tournament for the last time before being torn down later this year. Northern Kentucky opens as a 6-point favorite and the O/U is set at 135 points.