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Pomeroy on UNC's defense


At this time in 2005, UNC had the eighth-best adjusted defensive efficiency in the country. They would finish the season ranked sixth. The Heels defense was solid to this point; maybe it improved slightly as the season continued, but certainly not in a statistically significant way. That's not to say that this season's defense can't improve as much as it needs to in order to make Carolina's title hopes legitimate. (Basketball Prospectus)


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