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Old 03-22-2015, 08:20 PM   #1
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NCAA Sweet 16 games set for Friday at NRG in Houston: Duke vs. Utah, UCLA vs. Gonzaga

The road to the Final Four goes through Houston and it will be either Duke, Utah, UCLA or Gonzaga who emerges from the South Regional.

Here's how each team punched its ticket:

No. 1 seed Duke blew out Robert Morris 85-56 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday. The Blue Devils didn't face much of a challenge in the third round either with a 68-49 win against San Diego State. The Sweet 16 will be a homecoming for Duke freshman Justise Winslow who played at St. John's during high school.

No. 5 seed Utah will take on Duke. The Utes made it to the Sweet 16 with a 57-50 victory Thursday against Stephen F. Austin in the second round. In the third round, Utah beat Georgetown 75-46 on Saturday.

No. 11 seed UCLA beat SMU 60-59 Thursday in the second round. The Bruins coasted to a win in the third round, topping UAB 92-75 on Saturday.

No. 2 seed Gonzaga will face the Bruins. Gonzaga advanced to the third round with a 86-76 win against North Dakota State on Friday. The Bulldogs beat No. 7 seed Iowa 87-68 Sunday.

The winners of Friday's contests will advance to the Elite Eight on Sunday. All three games will be played at NRG Stadium.

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