March Madness results, insights: Duke, Purdue advance as NC State makes historic Elite Eight run

DETROIT More upsets and turmoil continued Friday in the Sweet 16.

 To continue its unlikely run, No. 11 seed NC State defeated No. 2 seed Marquette 67-58, and No. 4 seed Duke defeated top-seeded Houston to set up an all-ACC South Regional final

Duke beat Houston 54-51 to advance to the Elite Eight behind Kyle Filipowski and Jeremy Roach.

 Houston All-American guard Jamal Shead left the game with a significant ankle injury at 6:38. 

After Alabama defeated North Carolina on Thursday, the Cougars became the second No. 1 seed to lose in the Sweet 16.

The top seed In a repeat of the Maui Invitational's first round, Purdue defeated No. 5 seed Gonzaga 80-68. 

Reigning National Player of the Year Zach Edey scored 27 points, and co-star Braden Smith had 14 points, 15 assists, and eight rebounds.

Boilermakers face No. 2 seed Tennessee in Elite Eight. Vols beat No. 3 seed Creighton 82-75 behind SEC Player of the Year Dalton Knecht's 24 points.

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