Duke, Gonzaga about to face stiff tests to No. 1 seed status

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No Justin Anderson, no problem — at least that’s how it has been for Virginia since perhaps its best player went down with an injury that could cost him the rest of the regular season or more. The Cavaliers have persevered for three and a half games without Anderson, including Monday’s impressive performance against Pittsburgh, and could lock up the Atlantic Coast Conference title (not to mention a No. 1 seed) before the first of March. Our weekly assessment of the NCAA Tournament field: Read more

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