The disrespected Ducks (really, a 12 seed?) can't afford to be slippery with the ball. They average about 15 turnovers per game, while Louisville forces 19 per game.
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University of Illinois Assembly Hall, 1800 South 1st Street, Champaign, IL 61820, USA
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No. 4 Michigan will meet No. 1 Kansas.
The Wolverines beat South Dakota State by 15 points and surprisingly took care of VCU with a 25-point victory with stellar guard play.
Despite a 0-for-9 night from Ben McLemore and 23 turnovers, the Jayhawks managed to post a 70-58 third-round victory against old friend Roy Williams and North Carolina.
Third-seeded Florida appeared on a mission with a 78-64 victory against Minnesota in the third round. They will meet tournament surprise Florida Gulf Coast. The Eagles beat San Diego State on Sunday to become the first No. 15 seed to reach the Sweet 16.
Victor Oladipo came to the rescue for top seed Indiana by hitting a game-clinching shot to overcome Temple. The Hoosiers are in back-to-back Sweet 16, where they will face No. 4 seed Syracuse in Washington, D.C.
Fearless third-seeded Marquette is making a third straight trip to the Sweet 16 after giving Butler ample opportunity to deny it.
Coach Buzz Williams' endless supply of energy came in handy as he was sprinting between games and practices, trips to a Lexington hospital to see his wife, who had an appendicitis after making the trip, and caring for two of his children.
Marquette will face No. 2 Miami, a winner against Illinois in the third round. The Hurricanes are about as complete a team as there is in the tournament with excellent guards, led by Shane Larkin, size, experience, depth and a winning coach in Jim Larranaga.
With three No. 1 seeds alive, is the chaos out of the way now that the Sweet 16 has arrived?
NCAA tournament, we know you too well to assume that.