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Validation in Defeat


As great as freshman forward may eventually become, the media narrative surrounding the first two UNC-Duke matchups pardoned the loser while sacrificing the victor. With the excuses removed from the equation on Friday, the Tar Heels confirmed their place among the country’s elite despite losing for the second time in 17 games. (Inside Carolina)

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