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Tar Heels Trample Spartans to Take Title

(Newser) - Now Tyler Hansbrough, Ty Lawson, Wayne Ellington, and Danny Green can head to the NBA feeling good about their decision to return to school. The upperclassmen led North Carolina to its fifth national championship with an 89-72 blowout of Michigan State tonight in Detroit, reports the AP. "We've been... More »

UNC Punches San Antonio Ticket

Hansbrough's 28 point helps Tar Heels into Final Four

(Newser) - North Carolina reached its second Final Four in four years with an 83-73 win over Louisville last night, reports the Raleigh News & Observer. The Tar Heels, who blew an 11-point lead to lose to Georgetown in last season's Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament, had flashbacks in the second... More »

Washington St. No Match for Mighty Tar Heels

No. 1 North Carolina wins by 21 points to reach Final Eight

(Newser) - North Carolina averaged 110 points in its first two games of the NCAA tournament but was held to a mere 68 tonight against Washington State. Didn't matter. The Tar Heels still managed to dominate and come away with a 68-47 win to advance to the Final Eight. The 21-point spread... More »

Mount St. Mary's Gets Tarred and Feathered

North Carolina crushes Mountaineers

(Newser) - North Carolina ran all over play-in team Mount St. Mary’s last night, running up an NBA-level 113-74 margin in only 40 college minutes. The Tar Heels had 14 players score during the game, giving the Mountaineers little chance against the nation’s  No. 1-ranked team. Tyler Hansbrough and Ty... More »

Tar Heels Stave Off 'Noles in OT

Hansbrough has 22 points, 21 boards in No. 4 UNC's 84-73 win

(Newser) - After the Seminoles' Ryan Reid forced overtime with his first career three-pointer, Tyler Hansbrough and No. 4 North Carolina put away pesky Florida State, outscoring them 17-6 after regulation to win 84-73. Hansbrough's 21 rebounds were a career high, but he also failed to hit from the field in the... More »

Buckeyes Buckle in 2nd to Tar Heels

UCLA gets monster performances in win, A&M improves to 7-0

(Newser) - Ohio State missed 17 consecutive shots in the second half of last night's game, and No. 1 North Carolina capitalized, surging ahead to a 66-55 victory. The Tar Heels, playing without their point guard Ty Lawson, got help from Wayne Ellington's 23 points and Deon Thompson's 14, reports the Columbus ... More »

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