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Lower Seeds Invade NCAA's 'Elite Eight'

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Lower Seeds Invade NCAA's 'Elite Eight'

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Lower Seeds Invade NCAA's 'Elite Eight'

Lower Seeds Invade NCAA's 'Elite Eight'

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Top seeds Illinois and North Carolina survive, but upsets have rearranged the brackets in the NCAA men's basketball tournament. Eight teams remain, including seventh-seed West Virginia and sixth-seed Wisconsin. Chicago Sun-Times sports columnist Ron Rapoport offers his thoughts on March Madness.

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