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A night in Carmichael was a small consolation for UNC fans as Duke marches through NCAAs 

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For at least a few days, basketball was alive again in Chapel Hill. The Tar Heels, slumming in the National Invitation Tournament after a disastrous season, played inspired basketball during a two-game stretch that included hard-fought victories to keep their season alive…

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I love how former BIG EAST teams kick all the ACC ass.

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