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2017 NCAA Tournament odds: Round of 64 Friday betting lines and trends

March Madness continues on Friday with the second half of the Round of 64, as the tournament betting co-favorite Duke Blue Devils and North Carolina Tar Heels both hit the floor. The Duke Blue Devils enter the NCAA Tournament on a 4-0 straight up and against the spread run after winning the ACC Tournament. The Blue Devils will try to stay hot and pick up six more wins this postseason, starting on Friday against the Troy Trojans.
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