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9:00 pm, January 28
#7-iowa-logo#7 Iowa
#19-illinois-logo#19 Illinois
9:00 pm, January 29
#9-alabama-logo#9 Alabama
#24-oklahoma-logo#24 Oklahoma
12:00 pm, January 30
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#11-west-virginia-logo#11 West Virginia
2:00 pm, January 30
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#18-tennessee-logo#18 Tennessee
6:00 pm, January 30
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#20-virginia-tech-logo#20 Virginia Tech
6:00 pm, January 30
#21-minnesota-logo#21 Minnesota
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7:30 pm, January 30
#10-texas-tech-logo#10 Texas Tech93
#11-west-virginia-logo#11 West Virginia88
FINAL
#24-oklahoma-logo#24 Oklahoma80
#5-texas-logo#5 Texas79
FINAL

NETHERLANDS BEATS CHILE TO WIN GROUP B

Holland/Netherlands/Dutchland secured the top spot in Group B with a two-zero win over Chile on Monday and will advance to play Mexico in the knockout round. Both goals came in the final 15 minutes of play for the Dutch, the goals being scored by substitutes Leroy Fer and Memphis Depay. Fer hit a header in after a cross from Darryl Janmaat in the 77th minute, 2 minutes after coming into the game. Depay then scored his second goal in as many matches when he nailed a close range strike off an assist from Arjen Robben to secure three points and the title of Group B champions for Louis van Gaal and co. Both teams had already secured qualification after winning their first two matches but the incentive was the opportunity to not play host Brazil on their home turf and now Chile faces a tough test.

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