CNN: Carolina, playing with what could be considered a home-court -- or at least a home-state -- edge, beat Duke Sunday night to move into the NCAA "Sweet Sixteen."
A win's a win, but it gets a little complicated after that.
It wasn't Duke arch-rival North Carolina that knocked the No. 2 seed Blue Devils out of the East Regional. It was South Carolina, the 7 seed in the region, that advanced into more March Madness with a win over Duke, 88-81.
And the game wasn't played as originally scheduled in North Carolina, home to UNC, Duke and a few hundred thousand rabid basketball fans. It was played in South Carolina, thanks to North Carolina's infamous "bathroom bill."