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Coming off a national championship season, after which the Tar Heels lost their top seven scorers, few people believed UNC had a shot at a winning record, much less second place behind the Blue Devils. UNC's top scorers were replaced by five freshmen and a slim selection of unproven "veterans." Winning against Duke should only help this youthful Carolina team grow even more. (Chapel Hill News)

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