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Pack poses a problem for Heels


The deeper Tar Heels will push for a faster tempo and attempt to forge a defense that dictates, one that likely will include more full-court pressure, more traps, more in-your-face aggression. In the first meeting, State shot 60.5 percent for the game. Williams noted the Wolfpack hit some of those shots while closely guarded, but he found little solace in his observation. "I know a coach who hasn't forgotten it," he said. (Raleigh News & Observer)


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