After years of hope, a promise delivered

“Just wait ‘til next year,” would say. “Our moment will come.” On Sunday, their moment came. The Tar Heels held off No. 1 Notre Dame in a stunning 78-73 win behind an inspired effort from Paris Kea and a giant-killer approach that saw UNC force 20 turnovers and hit 11 threes. It was, arguably, the most impressive regular-season win in program history. (Argyle Report)

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