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Topic - Gary Mcghee
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.
"I think everyone wants to the see the upset," Panthers center Gary McGhee said. "We just want to come out there and play our game. We know what we have to do."