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Not a David-Goliath encounter by any means, even if the Spartans do waltz in with a No.
Well, they're not too good. Frankly, you have a better chance of making 10 half-court shots in row, which is to say that it ain't gonna happen.
Head coach Tom Izzo's Spartans play great team defense as always, perhaps the biggest reason they are through to this point. Georgia was only able to shoot Second-seeded Virginia shot Oklahoma, Louisville, On the offensive end of the court, the Spartans thrive thanks to the guard combo of Travis Trice and Denzel Valentine.
Branden Dawson can pitch in down low when asked, but this version of Izzo's Spartans leans on its perimeter players for survival. None of it may matter against Duke, though. First a little history, via ESPN College BBall: The Blue Devils haven't encountered any problems in this tournament, in large part because the young lineup continues to grow right in front of the nation's eyes.
Folks know all about Jahlil Okafor after the center put on a dominant freshman campaign, but they have only recently learned about young guns such as Justise Winslow and Tyus Jones.
David J. Outbursts from young players are a large part of the reason the Blue Devils rank No.
Okafor or not, it might be much of the same against the upset-minded Spartans. The other movie-esque encounter is much more unpredictable.
The sacrificial lamb mentioned above turned out to be Notre Dame, though in the process of a close encounter with Kentucky the Fighting Irish wrote a potent blueprint on how to take down the undefeated Wildcats.
Notre Dame did this by shooting It's easier said than done, though Wisconsin might be the best team in the nation fit to employ this strategy thanks to Frank Kaminsky and Sam Dekker.