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Virginia led by 15 at halftime and pushed that to 27 points late, picking right up where it left off in its strong finish to Friday's tournament-opening win against Coastal Carolina.
Kentucky came up with the big shots and stops to survive Syracuse's upset bid and make it back to the Sweet 16.