The biggest upset of the 67th Annual NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament in Kansas City came at the expense of the only Missouri team left in the field. Columbia College, which was the seventh seed, fell to Oklahoma City 81-48 in the first round. Oklahoma City used an 18-4 run in the first half to put the Cougars on the ropes early. They led 33-15 going into the half and the Stars put it on cruise control the rest of the way. Columbia College ended their season with a record of 32-4. Missouri Baptist of St. Louis also lost its first round game falling to Wayland Baptist on Wednesday. The second round gets underway today in Kansas City and fans that want to see the games for free need only to bring a lunch. The tournament has a long-standing tradition, which allows fans to watch the games free of charge if they bring a brown-bag lunch.