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Roy Williams has been asked since mid-October if he was rotating too many players. "Finally, after 37 games, people are saying, 'Well, I guess it is OK,'" Williams said Saturday as his team prepared to play Georgetown today. Sophomore Marcus Ginyard, who started in place of ailing senior Reyshawn Terry during UNC's victory over Southern California on Friday, became the latest example of why Williams has refused to cut his rotation. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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