Greatest Games: Beating The Odds - UNC vs. Oklahoma, 1990

was a junior in 1990 and North Carolina's starting point guard. He says Carolina wasn't intimidated by Oklahoma's lofty ranking. "Once you get into the tournament, it's one game at a time. We were excited to be playing No. 1 but we didn't go around saying 'We've got to play mighty Oklahoma.' We knew we had the talent to play with anybody." (Inside Carolina)

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Greatest Games: Beating The Odds - UNC vs. Oklahoma, 1990

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