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Carolina looks for big success against Duke


There's no hiding North Carolina's offensive game plan to go inside in its second meeting Saturday with Duke. Matter of fact, Blue Devils coach Mike Krzyzewski is practically inviting it. The Tar Heels scored 62 points in the paint against Duke -- the most it has allowed in four seasons. Krzyzewski said he was going to stick with his four-guard starting lineup that uses at power forward, which will leave Carolina with a size advantage. (ESPN.com)

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