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2017 Schedule
28-6, 2nd in ACC
Oregon stuns Duke with hot shooting from the arc (0:50)
Duke's Primm shows off range with trick shot (0:21)
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41dCharlie Creme

Oregon upsets 2-seed Duke to reach first Sweet 16

Oregon executed its game plan to perfection -- and took advantage of a Duke team struggling without its injured point guard -- to reach the Sweet 16. Ruthy Hebard's double-double led the way.

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45dCharlie Creme

Women's NCAA tournament: Breaking down Bridgeport Regional

Maryland and Syracuse hope to get back to the Final Four, but in Bridgeport, everything runs through UConn. Can a region full of premier point guards prevent the Huskies from advancing?

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48dMechelle Voepel

Can any roadblocks derail UConn express?

Most teams wonder what they can do to win it all. For the Huskies, it's what do they have to do to lose. So, what obstacles await? Can Syracuse, Duke or Maryland cut the season short of Dallas?

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48dMatt Eisenberg

McCallie mother and daughter are both dancing

Duke coach Joanne P. McCallie is headed to her 20th NCAA tourney and is a projected 3-seed when the bracket is released Monday. But her daughter, Maddie, will dance for the first time with Elon.

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55dVicki L. Friedman

Four years, four ACC doubles for Notre Dame

To win the championship, Notre Dame dismantled the only other team to claim the ACC regular season and tournament crowns in the same season for four consecutive years.

Irish top Blue Devils for ACC title (0:56)
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56dVicki L. Friedman

Duke looks to dethrone Notre Dame in ACC

The ACC used to belong to Duke. Nowadays, no one has been able to unseat Notre Dame. Can the Blue Devils get a rare win over the Irish to return to the top in Sunday's title game (ESPN2, 1 ET)?

Greenwell, Brown lead Duke past Miami (1:07)
Duke cruises to victory over Syracuse in ACC matchup (0:49)
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82dMechelle Voepel

UConn stays No. 1 overall in latest top-16 reveal

UConn, which has won 97 consecutive games, remains the overall No. 1 as projected by the NCAA women's basketball committee in the latest top-16 reveal. NC State and DePaul joined the list.