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NCAA Division I Men's Schedule
November 21st, 2007 9AM
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Play begins in the 48-team NCAA Division I Men's Tournament with 16 games Friday and Saturday.

FIRST ROUND
FRIDAY, Nov. 23
Massachusetts (13-7-1) vs. Boston Univ. (9-6-4)
Saint Louis (12-2-4) vs. UIC (11-5-5)
Louisville (10-6-4) vs.Duke (11-7-1)
Washington (8-7-4) vs. Portland(10-5-5)
South Florida(12-5-2) vs. Colgate (9-5-5)
California(11-5-2) vs. UC Davis (12-4-3)
Virginia (11-7-2) vs. St. Peter's(15-5-1)

SATURDAY, Nov. 24
Harvard (12-3-2) vs. Central Conn. State (8-8-3)
SMU (13-4-2) vs. Gonzaga (9-6-4)
Loyola (Md.) (18-3-0) vs. Liberty (13-4-2)
Bradley (14-5-3) vs DePaul (12-7-0)
Dartmouth (11-4-2) vs. Vermont(9-9-2)
Old Dominion (12-6-3) vs. Providence (9-7-2)
UCLA (8-8-3) vs. New Mexico (12-4-2)
Furman (18-3-0) vs. Campbell(13-5-3)
Michigan State(11-5-4) vs. Oakland (11-6-3)

SECOND ROUND
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 28

1-Boston College (15-4-1) vs. Massachusetts/Boston Univ. winner
16-Tulsa (15-2-2) vs. Harvard/Central Conn. State winner
9-Northwestern (12-4-3) vs. Saint Louis/UIC winner
8-Creighton (11-2-5) vs. SMU/Gonzaga winner
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5-Ohio State (13-3-5) vs. Louisville/Duke winner
12-UC Santa Barbara (12-3-4) vs. Washington/Portland winner
13-Maryland (10-5-4) vs. Loyola (Md.)/Liberty winner
4-Indiana(13-4-4) vs. Bradley/DePaul winner
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3-Connecticut(18-2-1) vs. Dartmouth/Vermont winner
14-Akron (15-3-2) vs. South Florida/Colgate winner
11-Virginia Tech (11-3-5) vs. California/UC Davis winner
6-Brown (15-1-1) vs. Old Dominion/Providence winner
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7-Santa Clara (15-1-4) vs. UCLA/New Mexico winner
10-Notre Dame (12-4-5) vs. Michigan State/Oakland winner
15-West Virginia (13-5-2) vs. Virginia/St. Peter's winner
2-Wake Forest (17-2-2) vs. Furman/Campbell winner



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