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Ginyard, Miller spark North Carolina's defense


The Tar Heels head to Florida State on Sunday stinging from consecutive losses to Miami and Virginia. And without a reliable outside shooter to complement Tyler Hansbrough’s inside strength, UNC’s defense must serve as a crutch to keep the Heels. “Stopping the other team is better to me than saying, ‘Yeah I went out there and scored 30 points,’” Marcus Ginyard said. “If you score 30 points and the guy you’re guarding scores 30, where did you go?” (Fayetteville Observer)


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