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Tar Heels predictably unpredictable


Though a slight favorite by the odds makers against Virginia, the two teams seemed headed in opposite directions coming into Saturday’s contest. The Cavaliers were coming off a heady win over the Florida State Seminoles, while in their last outing, the Tar Heels were completely destroyed by Louisville. But Saturday, against their most bitter out-of-state conference rival, the Tar Heels’ defense turned in one of the most memorable performances of this season, and their best win of 2005, edging the Cavaliers, 7-5. (Inside Carolina)


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