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Topic - Brad Wanamaker
As the top seed in the Southeast Regional, Pittsburgh is an obvious favorite over Butler.
Kemba Walker hit the winning basket on a classic stepback jumper at the buzzer, and No. 21 Connecticut stunned third-ranked Pittsburgh 76-74 in the quarterfinals of the Big East tournament on Thursday.
The Big East schedule makers thought they booked one heck of a main event.
Ashton Gibbs hit five 3-pointers and scored 22 points, and No. 5 Pittsburgh broke open the game early Wednesday night and remained unbeaten in the Big East with a 72-57 win over No. 22 Georgetown.
A rivalry isn't truly one unless both teams realistically have a chance to win when they meet. For years, that's why the Pitt-Duquesne series was a rivalry in name only.
"Knowing the history of their school, they're basically America's team now," Pitt guard Brad Wanamaker said.