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Shockers kept to routine the day before the 16

Originally Published: March 15, 2006
By Kyle Whelliston | Special to ESPN.com

WASHINGTON -- On the day before Sweet 16 games, team practices are open to the public and free of charge. As the four regionals are often sold out months in advance, it's a great opportunity for locals to get a rare eyeful of college basketball's superstars, and skip work for a few hours, as well.

But against UConn's aerial dunk show and triple-speed layup line and the rigorous drills of Washington and George Mason, seventh-seeded Wichita State offered nothing in the way of "oohs" or "aahs." ...

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