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Duke faces tough top 20 field

By TOM KEANEY
S URPRISE. Duke is the num-
ber-one seed in the East regional.
The Blue Devils only finished the
regular season at the top
(unanimously) of both AP and UPI
polls. They only won the Atlantic
Coast Conference Tournament in
Greensboro, NC after finishing first
in the conference's regular season
schedule.
THEY ONLY have the ACC Tour-
nament's Most Valuable player in
guard Johnny Dawkins, not to men-
tion three players on the all-
tournament team in Dawkins, Mark
Alerie, and David Henderson. They
only have a 32-2 record coming from a
conference which placed six of its
eight teams in the tournament.
"Being number-one in our bracket
is fantastic," said Duke head coach
Mike Krzyzewski. "It's a compliment
to our whole team. I hope we prove
them right and play our best basket-
ball during thetournament."
Needless to say, Duke is favored to
win in the East, and indeed, could
very well win the whole thing, but

Duke's iohnny Dawkins had plenty of time to celebrate after the Blue
Devils conquered Georgia Tech last week for the ACC title. For Duke to
celebrate a second time, it must again topple tough competition, in-
cluding Indiana and Syracuse.

does that mean an easy stroll to
Dallas for the Final Four? Definitely
not.
STANDING IN ITS way will be
Syracuse, runners-up in the Big East
Championship Tournament, Indiana,
runners-up in the Big Ten, and
Oklahoma, which almost beat the
Blue Devils earlier this season.
One of the most difficult things for
any team to have to do, however, is
beat a conference opponent three
times in one season. So while Kr-
zyzewski does not relish meeting up
with big schools from other conferen-
ces, he is certainly not taking fifth-
seeded Virginia lightly.
"Our bracket is a tough one, and I

don't like Virginia (being) there,"
said the seventh-year head coach.
"Old Dominion, and West Virginia
also are very capable of beating us."
VIRGINIA is in a good position to
be the surprise team from the East
regional. The Cavaliers could very
well find themselves meeting Duke in
the third round, which will be played
in New Brunswick, N.J., next Friday.
Duke has a virtual bye to New
Brunswick with a combination of
weak opponents (note yesterday's
game with Mississippi Valley State),
and home-court advantage, playing in
Greensboro, N.C., only nine miles
from the Duke campus.

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"THE BROTHERS FROM
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