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UNC looks dominant against Boston College and hopes to keep that going against Virginia


North Carolina has shown flashes of the team that many expected this season, and Wednesday was one of those nights. The question is whether the No. 7-seed Tar Heels can follow up their 85-61 win over Boston College in the second round of the ACC Tournament with more of the same. They’ll need it Thursday night against No. 2-seed Virginia. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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UNC looks dominant against Boston College and hopes to keep that going against Virginia


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