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Duke's 15-point lead had evaporated to one. Less than 11 minutes remained, and Greensboro Coliseum was eerily quiet.
Decision time for Mike Krzyzewski.
The insecure part of Krzyzewski wanted to call time out. The confident part said, "Shut up and let them play."
Let them play he did, and the top-seeded Blue Devils scored on 13 of their next 14 possessions to defeat ninth-seeded Missouri, 94-81, in the second round of the NCAA East Regional on Saturday.
As usual, no one played like Jason Williams and Shane Battier, Duke's first-team All-Americans.
Williams had game-highs of 31 points and nine assists and …