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Heels show little rust


After a week off from game action and a busy stretch loaded with final exams, North Carolina players admit they were eager to uncork their energy Saturday on UNC-Asheville. “We were well-rested,” said Brandan Wright. “You could tell we had a lot of enthusiasm and a lot of legs.” The result for No. 3 UNC was a 93-62 pounding of the visiting Bulldogs, a victory sparked by the Tar Heels’ activity all over the court. (Fayetteville Observer)


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