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A fast, but not an easy, start to ACC


Eddie Biedenbach knows the Tar Heels well, on several levels. In his 11th year at Asheville, he is a former Wolfpack player and assistant coach under Norman Sloan. UNC-Asheville is Carolina's next opponent, tonight at 7 in the Smith Center. No. 1 North Carolina is coming off what could be the most exciting game it will play this season: a 90-88, overtime victory against Clemson in the first conference game of the year for both teams. (Chapel Hill News)


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