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Cormac Ryan's Shot Showing Signs of Life


UNC doesn’t need to be streaky so much as it needs him to be consistent. The good news for the Tar Heels is that there are positive signs for a late-season renaissance. After a stretch in which Ryan shot 11-of-30 from long range, he found his stroke against Syracuse and Virginia Tech last week in converting 8-of-16 3-point opportunities. (Inside Carolina)

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Cormac Ryan's Shot Showing Signs of Life


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