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TOURNAMENT WATCH: Men move into quarterfinals
December 5th, 2008 9:15AM
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The four quarterfinals in the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament will all take place on Saturday. For more on Wake Forest-South Florida, Maryland-Creighton, St. John's-Indiana and North Carolina-Northwestern ...

#1 Wake Forest (22-1-1) vs. #8 South Florida (15-4-3)

PAST MEETINGS: The two teams have split the previous two meetings, with USF winning the last matchup in the 1996 season.
QUOTABLE:"We are focused on our game plan," said USF coach George Kiefer. "We know that Wake Forest is good.  All we are doing is working on our team and preparing to the best of our ability."
Live Video:Wake Forest: www.wakeforestsports.com

#13 North Carolina (13-7-1) vs. Northwestern (15-4-3)
PAST MEETINGS: none.
QUOTABLE: "The bracketing has been very good," said Carolina head coach Elmar Bolowich. "The games have gone a little bit in our favor and hopefully this will continue on the weekend."

#3 St. John's (18-2-3) vs. #6 Indiana (14-6-3)
PAST MEETINGS: The series is tied at 2-2-0. Indiana is 2-0 against St. John's in NCAA Tournament play. Both meetings have come in the College Cup -- the 2001 semifinal and 2003 final.
Live Video: St. John's -- redstormsports.cstv.com
Radio: Indiana -- WGCL 95.5 FM/1370 AM.

#2 Maryland (20-3-0) vs. #7 Creighton (16-1-2)
PAST MEETINGS: The series is tied at 1-1-1, with Maryland winning the last matchup on penalty kicks in 2004 to advance to the NCAA Quarterfinals.
Radio: Maryland -- WMUC (88.1 FM).
Live Audio:Creighton -- www.gocreighton.com



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