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North Carolina women's woes continue


North Carolina suffered a pair of blowout losses earlier in the week, so coach went with experience for Sunday’s game against Georgia Tech, replacing freshman guards Brittany Rountree and Danielle Butts with seniors and She’la White. Instead of looking calm down the stretch, UNC’s veteran lineup seemed flustered. Georgia Tech left Carmichael Arena with a 56-54 win. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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