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NCAA Tournament 2013 Midwest Region — Day 2

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After six games in the Midwest Region on Thursday, the NCAA Tournament features only two contests Friday.

Second-seeded Duke begins its march for yet another deep March run, but will have to get by the Albany Great Danes – a squad that, as a #16 seed, gave UConn a good scare back in 2006. The region’s other game puts 10th-seeded Cincinnati against All-American Doug McDermott and seventh-seeded Creighton.

All start times are approximate. Games will be broadcast on CBS, TBS, TNT and tru TV. All times Eastern.

(15) Albany vs (2) Duke 12:15 p.m.

(10) Cincinnati vs (7) Creighton 2:45 p.m.

Check out the West Region schedule

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