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Another No. 1 is done

The men's Sweet 16 got off to a wild start Thursday, with three of the four matchups ending in upsets. Top-seeded Duke was ousted and won't be repeating as national champions, while Butler defeated Wisconsin to keep their hopes of returning to the title game alive. Here's what else you missed last night.

Updated: March 25, 2011, 7:20 AM ET
By Whitney Holtzman

Men's college basketball: Both teams that played in last year's national championship took the court in the Sweet 16 on Thursday. One of those teams advanced to the Elite Eight, and that team was not No. 1 seed Duke. The defending national champion Duke Blue Devils were upset by fifth-seeded Arizona 93-77 Thursday night as Derrick Williams scored a career-high 32 points. Duke lost as a top seed in the regional semifinals for the fifth time, or three more times than any other school. This will ...

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