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NCAA men: Florida 67, Albany 55

Top-seeded Florida has defeated 16th-seeded Albany 67-55 in an NCAA men's basketball tournament South Region game in Orlando on Thursday.

The Gators, 33-2, advance to a Saturday game against Pittsburgh, which beat Colorado earlier in the day.

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