NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 predictions: Oregon predicted to exit tournament

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The Ducks face the No. 1 Louisville Cardinals in the Sweet 16, and the experts aren't giving them much of a chance to advance.

The No. 12 Oregon Ducks have already easily dealt with being under-seeded after winning the Pac-12 Tournament in Las Vegas. The Ducks have practically marched to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2007, when they advanced to the Elite Eight and then lost to Florida.

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The Ducks moved through the first two rounds of the tournament, beating the Oklahoma St. Cowboys by a baker's dozen and the St. Louis Billikens by a solid 17 points. But on Friday, they'll face an opponent unlike one they've seen so far this season.

The top-seeded team in the tournament, the Louisville Cardinals, haven't lost a game since Feb. 9, when it took five overtimes for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish to get past them. And the CBS Sports experts believe it'll be all Louisville, with all of them picking the Cardinals to advance past the Ducks.

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