FINALS WATCH: Syracuse-Michigan tip-off Print
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Saturday, 06 April 2013 16:28
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 ATLANTA (AP) - Louisville's got next.
Now, Syracuse and Michigan are playing to see which other team gets to stay on the court.
The Wolverines and Orange have tipped off the second half of the Final Four doubleheader at the Georgia Dome.
The winner between the No. 4 seeds will play Louisville, which rallied from a 12-point deficit to defeat Wichita State 72-68.
- Eddie Pells - -http://twitter.com/epells
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