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Carmichael Comments: Boston College, NC State Roundup


Paris Kea and the Tar Heels will enter March with pressure mounting to qualify for the NCAA Tournament. Sunday's game against NC State started as a defensive struggle. North Carolina was playing without Stephanie Watts, who has now missed the last five halves with a hyperextended knee. As to be expected under those circumstances, Kea was UNC's leading scorer. (GoHeels.com)

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