Heels return to form


UNC, which fell to No. 3 in the polls after Sunday’s loss, seemed back to its usual dominant self Wednesday. Closing out the non-conference portion of their schedule, the Tar Heels clobbered College of Charleston, 108-70, for their third-largest margin of victory this season. UNC had previously routed Chaminade by 45 points and UNC Asheville by 68. “Needless to say, we feel a heck of lot better tonight than we did Saturday,’’ UNC coach said. (Fayetteville Observer)

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