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UNC vs. Maryland

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UNC played the best they have all year in the first half. Second half not so much.

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McAdoo having a solid game 17 points and 10 boards.

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Good win for the Heels and great games by McAdoo and Bullock

James Michael McAdoo: 19 points, 11 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 blocks, and 1 assist.

Reggie Bullock: 24 points, 5 rebounds.

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Also, State fans... that's how you beat Maryland.

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This team's defense and rebounding in the last 2 games has been great. The defense in particular is night and day compared to earlier in the year- they are more active in passing lanes, quicker on the traps, and rotating to cover shooters earlier.

Fantastic coaching job by Roy the last few weeks. You may not agree with his in game adjustments or his rotations (I certainly dont), but to say he is only a recruiter is laughably ignorant

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That game was really fun to watch. I do not know who that team was but I hope they stay for awhie.

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