(HOUSTON, TX) - The Purdue Boilermakers and the Duke Blue Devils face off tonight in a South Regional semifinal game of the NCAA Men's Tournament.
The Boilers are in the "Sweet-16" for a second consecutive year with tournament wins over Siena and Texas A&M.
The Blue Devils are in the regional semis for the eleventh time in the last 13 seasons thanks to wins over Arkansas-Pine Bluff and California.
Purdue has won four of the six previous meetings, with Duke winning the last meeting in the Big Ten / ACC Challenge at Mackey Arena last season.
Friday night's winner will take on the winner of the first game in Houston between St. Mary's and Baylor on Sunday afternoon.
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