NCAA men's basketball tournament returns to Pittsburgh
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The NCAA men's basketball tournament is returning to Pittsburgh.
Consol Energy Center will serve as the site of second- and third-round games in March 2015, the NCAA announced Monday.
Duquesne will serve as the host school.
This marks the fourth time the NCAA men's tournament will be played in the city with Duquesne as host.
Second- and third-round games were played at Consol Energy Center last year.
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