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Role reversal: Tar Heels end up fast-break victims


P.J. Hairston said it best. “We were just going to play our game and we came out and they played our game and they ran it down our throats in the first half,” Hairston said after North Carolina fell 91-83 to N.C. State. When N.C. State made its move in the first half of Saturday’s game and opened a 23-point lead, it did so with the same fast-break, run-and-gun style it has employed all season. (Burlington Times News)


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