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Results from the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday: ___ EAST REGION SOUTH CAROLINA 88, DUKE 81 GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Sindarius Thornwell had 24 points, Chris Silva scored 13 of his 17 points in the second half and seventh-seeded South Carolina stunned No. 2 seed Duke 88-81 on Sunday night to advance to its first Sweet 16 in the NCAA Tournament's expanded bracket.

Wagner's big game sends Michigan past Louisville in NCAAs

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Moe Wagner gritted his teeth, pumped his fist and stuck out his mouthpiece to the crowd's delight Sunday. A few minutes later, the tough German took a couple more bows -- first on the baseline in front of Michigan's bench, then with the rest of his teammates near midcourt. Suddenly, the often overlooked 6-foot-11 forward was the well-deserved center of attention.

Led by Kansas, Big 12 flavor dominates Midwest Region

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- There is plenty of Big 12 flavor in the Midwest Region of the NCAA Tournament. Start at the top with No. 1 seed Kansas, which was rewarded for its 13th straight regular-season conference championship by getting to play the opening round just down the road in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Jayhawks face the winner of a play-in game between North Carolina Central and UC Davis.

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HURRICANES-COYOTES Hurricanes beat Coyotes 2-1 to end 4-game slide GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Eddie Lack stopped 24 shots two days after being called out by his coach, and Derek Ryan scored on a strange bounce in the third period Sunday to give the Carolina Hurricanes a 2-1 win over the Arizona Coyotes. Lack was criticized by coach Bill Peters on Friday following a poor performance against Tampa Bay.

UNC's Jackson, Georgia Tech's Pastner win ACC awards

GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) -- North Carolina's Justin Jackson is the Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year and Georgia Tech coach Josh Pastner is its coach of the year. The ACC announced its all-league team and individual award winners Sunday following a vote of 53 media members and coaches. Jackson finished with 24 votes to 15 for Wake Forest's John Collins.

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ACC AWARDS UNC's Jackson, Georgia Tech's Pastner win ACC awards GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) -- North Carolina's Justin Jackson is the Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year and Georgia Tech coach Josh Pastner is its coach of the year. The ACC announced its all-league team and individual award winners Sunday following a vote of 53 media members and coaches. Jackson finished with 24 votes to 15 for Wake Forest's John Collins.

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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) -- Joel Berry II scored 28 points -- including a critical late-game burst of seven straight for his team -- to help No. 5 North Carolina hold off No. 17 Duke 90-83 on Saturday night. Isaiah Hicks added 21 points for the Tar Heels, who battled through a nearly shot-for-shot fight with their fiercest rival to finish unbeaten at home.

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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) -- Joel Berry II scored 28 points -- including a critical late-game burst of seven straight for his team -- to help No. 5 North Carolina hold off No. 17 Duke 90-83 on Saturday night. Isaiah Hicks added 21 points for the Tar Heels, who battled through a nearly shot-for-shot fight with their fiercest rival to finish unbeaten at home.

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WASHINGTON (AP) -- Josh Hart scored 21 points, including back-to-back 3-pointers with 7 minutes left that put the game out of reach, as No. 2 Villanova pulled away to beat Georgetown 81-55 on Saturday.

No. 8 Louisville overcomes No. 19 Notre Dame 71-64

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- Rebounding dominance helped No. 8 Louisville offset offensive inconsistency and create opportunities that ultimately got the job done against No. 19 Notre Dame. Several Cardinals thrived at different times to earn the double-round bye they sought in the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament.

No. 8 Tar Heels top No. 7 Cardinals 74-63, stretch ACC lead

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) -- No. 8 North Carolina kept hitting the glass, making its free throws and hitting its outside shots. The Tar Heels played tough enough, too, to push their way past No. 7 Louisville's physical defense and strengthen their grip on the Atlantic Coast Conference lead.