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Vermont vs. Duke: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, injury report and stats

No. 4 Duke takes on No. 13 Vermont in a South Region matchup on Friday night as the Blue Devils look to rebound from last season's opening round loss.

The Vermont Catamounts enter the matchup with a better regular season record, having gone 28-6 to Duke's 24-8, but the fourth seed played a much tougher schedule as Vermont did not face a ranked opponent all season.

How to watch Vermont vs. Duke, TV channel and streaming

Vermont vs. Duke will be broadcast on linear and cable TV on CBS, and it can be streamed on the March Madness Live app and on Paramount+.

Vermont vs. Duke start time, date and venue

Vermont vs. Duke is scheduled to tip-off at 7:10 PM ET on Friday, March 22, and the game will take place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.

Vermont vs. Duke injury report

Vermont: Matt Veretto - shoulder, out

Duke: Caleb Foster - foot, out; Christian Reeves - ankle, out

Vermont vs. Duke predicted lineups

Vermont: Shamir Bogues, TJ Long, Nick Fiorillo, Aaron Deloney, Ileri Ayo-Faleye

Duke: Tyrese Proctor, Jared McCain, Jeremy Roach, Kyle Filipowski, Mark Mitchell

Vermont vs. Duke stats

  • Duke scores 79.8 points per game while allowing 67.4 points per game; Vermont scores 72.3 points on average while allowing 63.0, which is the ninth-best Division I defense based on points allowed.
  • Duke's 37.7 three-point percentage is the 15th-best in the nation.
  • Both teams take care of the ball: Vermont averages 9.1 turnovers and Duke averages 9.7 turnovers.
  • Vermont shoots 45.6 percent from the field; Duke shoots 48.2 percent from the field.
  • All five of Duke's starters average double figures in points, while Vermont has three players who average more than 10 points and seven players who average more than seven points.
  • Caleb Foster, Duke's leading bench scorer with 7.7 points per game and the team's second-leading three-point shooter at 40.6 percent, will miss this game due to injury. Even when Foster is healthy, Duke's 15.2 bench points per game is ranked 284th among 351 Division I teams.

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