Tar Heels answer with emphatic 'Yes!'


The Tar Heels held a 19-point lead at halftime, then leveled the Highlanders in the second period en route to a 101-58 win. That was the largest margin of victory for a No. 1-seeded North Carolina squad against a No. 16 in 10 tries, exceeding last year’s 39-point dismemberment of Mount St. Mary’s. Along the way, topped Duke’s J.J. Redick as the ACC’s career scoring leader. (WRAL Sports Fan)

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