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Jalen Washington helps UNC battle without Armando Bacot, but Tar Heels fall short at Virginia


When rolled his left ankle in the first 79 seconds of the game, that gave North Carolina freshman forward a chance to step up. His versatile post skills were evident as he helped keep the Tar Heels in the game before No. 13 Virginia led by as many as 10 points in the second half, then held on for a 65-58 victory Tuesday. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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Jalen Washington helps UNC battle without Armando Bacot, but Tar Heels fall short at Virginia


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