Carolina Classics Club Game Of The Week: UNC at Virginia Tech (12/19/2004)

After losing the season opener to Santa Clara without a suspended , the Tar Heels had reeled off seven straight victories by an average of nearly 24 points. That included a dominant Maui Invitational championship run, during which Felton sprained his wrist, and he still had his left wrist heavily wrapped for the Tar Heels' visit to Blacksburg. (UNC Classics Club)

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Carolina Classics Club Game Of The Week: UNC at Virginia Tech (12/19/2004)

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