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Butler and Duke to Square Off for NCAA Men's Basketball Championship

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This reminds me a little of the end of the Kansas-Memphis tilt two years ago.

I can't handle overtime.

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You can't give Duke another shot. You just know they'll get one more open look if you do.

Drive and get fouled. Drive and get fouled. DRIVE AND GET FOULED.

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You can't give Duke another shot. You just know they'll get one more open look if you do.

Drive and get fouled. Drive and get fouled. DRIVE AND GET FOULED.

You KNOW they'll call a charge.

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Well, that bogus charge they called ended up looming just as large as I thought it would at the time.

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