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 Traditionally  speaking,  it’s  very  FIFA  18  Coins  hard  to  think  of  the  2015-16  Wisconsin  basketball  team  as  a  Cinderella  story  --  they’ve  been  a  major  national  program  for  some  time  now,  recently  developed  first  round  NBA  draft  picks,  and  have  achieved  huge  levels  of  success  in  the  NCAA  Tournament  under,  until  this  season,  a  well  known  head  coach  in  Bo  Ryan.
 
 
 
 The  case  for  thinking  of  Wisconsin  as  a  Cinderella  is  simple  --  even  though  Wisconsin  is  a  well  known  program,  this  year,  with  some  new  faces  taking  a  step  back  from  the  top  of  the  Big  Ten  makes  it  feel  like  a  new,  rebooted  era.  They  also  now  have  the  opportunity,  as  a  seven  seed,  to  beat  four  straight  teams  seeded  higher  (or  much  higher)  than  they  are  to  take  home  a  national  championship  a  year  AFTER  the  now-departed  Sam  Dekker  and  Frank  Kaminsky  headlined  their  most  talented  team  ever.If  the  Badger  momentum  were  to  continue,  it’d  be  awfully  hard  to  argue  against  Wisconsin  as  a  true  Cinderella  story.
 
 
 
 The  Sweet  16  gets  underway  Thursday  evening,  and  Kansas  and  Oregon  are  the  first  two  of  all  four  of  the  top  seeds  still  alive  that  FIFA  18  Coins  look  to  advance  to  the  Elite  Eight.The  Ducks  will  cap  off  the  evening  with  a  marquee  matchup  against  fourth-seeded  Duke  in  Anaheim.  Oregon  was  on  the  ropes  in  its  second-round  tilt  against  No.  8  St.  Joseph's,  but  a  late  charge  erased  a  FIFA  Mobile  Coins  seven-point  deficit  and  resulted  in  a  win.  
 
 
 
 Sophomore  guard  Dillon  Brooks  led  the  way  with  25  points  in  the  comeback  victory.The  Blue  Devils  appeared  to  be  on  the  verge  of  destroying  No.  12  Yale,  but  Duke  had  to  stave  off  a  furious  rally  to  advance.  Grayson  Allen  had  29  points  in  the  win,  while  potential  top  NBA  Draft  pick  Brandon  Ingram  added  25.Kansas,  the  top  overall  seed  in  the  tournament,  will  get  underway  minutes  before.
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