Tar Heels Took Pitt Out Of Character, And It Paid Off


UNC's defense on Pitt point guard Xavier Johnson set the tone. One of the recipes to win games is to not let star players perform in character, which UNC accomplished, and not allow role players to produce out of character, and the Tar Heels achieved that, as well. But it started with ’s defense on Johnson, then ’s on Au'Diese Toney. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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Tar Heels Took Pitt Out Of Character, And It Paid Off


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