Quick Hitters: North Carolina vs. UNC Asheville


A solid, if unspectacular, win for UNC at home in the Smith Center on a quick turnaround following an 0-2 performance against Purdue and Tennessee in Connecticut. The biggest positive has to be the defensive intensity the Tar Heels displayed. They had allowed an average of 84 points per game and held the Bulldogs to 31 points below that number (53). (All Tar Heels)

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