Marcus Ginyard returns in Heels' victory


With about eight minutes left in the first half Sunday night, yawned as Rutgers prepared to shoot a free throw. But the North Carolina freshman wasn’t bored or about to fall asleep. Moments later he delivered a crowd-pleasing block that started a 11-0 run by the Tar Heels, who went on to secure a 97-75 victory. It was the undefeated, No. 1 ranked Tar Heels 12th straight double-digit win in its 12-0 getaway. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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