Heels Dismiss Wildcats Early


North Carolina didn’t look like the top-ranked team in the country on Tuesday night, but the Tar Heels played well enough in overcoming the absence of starters and to send Kentucky back to Lexington with a 77-58 defeat. North Carolina (2-0) exploded out to a 15-2 lead before the first media timeout, setting a frenetic pace with defensive intensity in forcing six turnovers and seven missed shots in the opening 5:04 of play. (Inside Carolina)

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