Solid win for Carolina on the road at Louisville. 5 straight wins after sitting at 16-7. Still a tough finish at Cuse, home against Miami, and at Duke though.
Definitely a good win. After losing 3 in a row, I really thought this team was destined for the NIT. 4 wins later and it’s hard to argue they aren’t a deep run kind of team. Definitely can’t have a let down the next 2 games. Both SHOULD be wins. And then, of course, at CIS is a crapshoot.
Here's another crazy stat for you. Today's loss for Carolina was the first at home under Roy Williams when the Heels shot 50% or better from the field. They were previously 114-0. Guess that's what happens when you get outscored 45-9 from behind the arc.
Edit. I was wrong. Carolina made 4 threes. So they only got outscored by 33 from behind the arc.
First time since 1973 that Duke and UNC both lost at home on the same day.
Yeah, saw that earlier.
I didn't expect much from Carolina after Bradley left early. However, they're worse than I thought they'd be. Losing at home to State? I know NC State has some big wins this year, but come on. It's the same thing as always though. NC State made 15 threes, Carolina made 3.
I saw Dantonio do a press conference last night saying that the claims involving him, or accusations against football, weren't true. Basically, he said that anything that happened was reported to the proper authorities and was handled in the correct manner. Guess we'll see.
This is what teams do all the time against them. Seattle in the Super Bowl, Atlanta in the Super Bowl, Jax today, etc. Yes, NE is great and they make winning plays when it matters most, but these teams also keep choking and helping them.