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No. 1 Louisville completes NCAA Final Four with win over Duke

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Updated: 3/31/2013 6:13 pm
Louisville, the only No. 1 seed still alive, defeated Duke 85-63 Sunday afternoon to complete the field for the NCAA Final Four next weekend.

The Cardinals ran Duke out of the game during the second half and used several three-pointers to run away with the victory in Indianapolis.

Joining the Cardinals in next Saturday's action in Atlanta will be Wichita State, Michigan and Syracuse.

Louisville will meet ninth-seeded Wichita State in one semifinal game while Michigan and Syracuse, both fourth seeds -- will meet in the other semifinal.

Syracuse defeated top-seeded Indiana on Saturday while Michigan ousted No. 3 Florida in Sunday's early game for the South Regional title.

Wichita State eliminated Ohio State 70-66 on Saturday to claim the West Regional crown in Los Angeles.

The winners will advance to the championship game on April 8.


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