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NCAA Tournament 2013 Midwest Region — Day 4

2013 NCAA Tournament Day 4 MIDWEST
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Most of the action in the Midwest Region took place on Saturday, but there was one game left.

Second-seeded Duke beat seventh-seeded Creighton for the right to advance to a Sweet 16 game against Michigan State on Friday in Indianapolis. Louisville and Oregon have already advanced.

(2) Duke 66, (7) Creighton 50

Rasheed Sulaimon scored 21 points, and second-seeded Duke beat seventh-seeded Creighton, 66-50, in a third round game of the 2013 NCAA tournament’s Midwest Region on Sunday in Philadelphia. The Blue Devils were firmly in control of the game from the outset and pulled away in the second half. Duke advanced to the round of 16 and will play Michigan State in Indianapolis on Friday. Doug McDermott led the Bluejays with 21 points. Creighton made just two of 19 attempts from 3-point range.

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