Thrills, chills in Chapel Hill


Goliath wasn't coming off a loss to Boston College. Unfortunately for the College of Charleston, the North Carolina Tar Heels sure didn't play like a last-place ACC team. More like the guys favored to romp their way to the NCAA title. No. 3 North Carolina dominated, pummeling its way through the second half. And it was one of the best basketball experiences the College of Charleston has had in Bobby Cremins' three seasons as head coach. (Charleston Post and Courier)

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