Midwest Regional Final: (1) Louisville 85 – (2) Duke 63

31 March 2013 Comments are off for this post.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The euphoria that should have accompanied Louisville’s second consecutive trip to the Final Four was understandably subdued following their 85-63 triumph over Duke, in the wake of a teammate’s horrific injury. Sophomore guard Kevin…
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Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski and Seth Curry on facing Louisville

31 March 2013 Comments are off for this post.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – A shocking, 2nd-round exit from last year’s NCAA Tournament at the hands of Lehigh now seems like ancient history. Duke is back to being Duke again, one win away from yet another Final Four. But to reach the Georgia Dome, Mike Krzyzewski’s troops will have to topple…
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Louisville’s Rick Pitino and Russ Smith on facing Duke

31 March 2013 Comments are off for this post.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – And then, there was one…as in, one #1-seed still standing in the NCAA Tournament. To the surprise of few, it’s the Louisville Cardinals. Thanks in large part to a 31-point performance from Russ Smith – while battling a nasty cold, no less – Rick Pitino improved to…
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(1) Louisville vs. (2) Duke in Indianapolis

31 March 2013 Comments are off for this post.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Kevin Kugler and Pete Gillen will be on hand to call the Midwest Regional Final from Lucas Oil Stadium on the Westwood One Radio Network. You can make a good argument that the marquee matchup of the entire NCAA Tournament will take place in Indianapolis, regardless of…
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Midwest Regional Semifinal: (2) Duke 71 – (3) Michigan State 61

30 March 2013 Comments are off for this post.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Duke defeated a strong Michigan State team 71-61 in Indianapolis on Friday night, sending the Blue Devils into a Sunday matchup against Louisville for a spot in the Final Four. Seth Curry had 29 points for Duke on 8 of 17 from the field and a perfect…
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Midwest Regional Semifinal: (1) Louisville 77 – (12) Oregon 69

29 March 2013 Comments are off for this post.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Louisville ran out from the gate and never looked back to defeat Oregon 77-69 and advance to the Elite Eight Friday night in Lucas Oil Stadium. The Cardinals led by as much as 18 at one point in the second half, and despite a late Duck run…
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