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No. 15 Lehigh ousts No. 2 Duke in NCAA Tournament

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Duke's Miles Plumlee defends Lehigh's C.J. McCollum during the second half of an NCAA tournament second-round college basketball game in Greensboro, N.C., Friday, March 16, 2012. Lehigh won 75-70.

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Austin Rivers #0 of the Duke Blue Devils reacts as he stands between Gabe Knutson #42 and B.J. Bailey #32 of the Lehigh Mountain Hawks in the second half on Friday night.

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Head coach Brett Reed of the Lehigh Mountain Hawks reacts after the Mountain Hawks defeat Duke 75-70.

Less than two hours after Norfolk State pulled off an NCAA tournament rarity, Lehigh made some history of its own. The Mountain Hawks stunned second-seeded Duke 75-70 Friday night, becoming the sixth 15 seed to win an NCAA tournament game.

 

 

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