Duke rallied past its largest halftime deficit of the year to beat seventh-seeded Oklahoma State and advance to the Sweet 16.
Having already beaten the No. 4 Blue Devils this season, N.C. State has an opportunity to record its first victory at Duke since 1995.
The Blue Devils shot 60.8 percent from the field against the Seminoles, their best rate in ACC play since Jan. 14, 2007.
After its first loss this season Saturday, No. 3 Duke will need to bounce back against Georgia Tech tonight at 9 p.m. at Cameron Indoor Stadium to ensure their winning record remains true.
The third-seeded Blue Devils will face top-seeded Penn State for a berth to the College Cup.