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Despite beatdown, Tar Heels 'playing for March'

North Carolina came into the game ranked No. 14. The Tar Heels won't likely be in the poll next week and will have plenty of work to do to regain their national credibility. "We don't look at the rankings, we stay in our own camp," said McAdoo. "Right now we have to figure out who we are as a team. We've got a lot of work to do. We're playing for March." (ESPN.com)


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