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UNC-Duke could play twice in six days

As if North Carolina's regular-season finale against Duke on Sunday at 4 p.m. in the Smith Center didn't have enough packed into it, the outcome could have a profound effect on the ACC tournament next week in Tampa. The Tar Heels are now tied for second with Virginia Tech and if North Carolina is the third seed, it means a possible Friday night match-up with -- guess who -- Duke in Tampa. (Charlotte Observer)


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