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|Cougars 27-point underdogs against third-ranked Heels|
Boston College didn't do the College of Charleston any favors by knocking off previously unbeaten and No. 1-ranked North Carolina, but Charleston coach Bobby Cremins has enough to worry about without considering the Tar Heels' frame of mind. Cremins' Cougars (10-2) take on North Carolina (13-1) at 9 p.m. tonight in the Dean E. Smith Center.
| C of C deal: Roy Williams'dumb enough' |
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. â" You almost got to see Tyler Hansbrough play at Carolina First Arena, which means you nearly got to witness North Carolina's uniquely tenacious big guy dive all the way onto Meeting Street in pursuit of a loose basketball.Tigers rally, stay unbeaten
CLEMSON â" Trevor Booker had 19 points to help No. 12 Clemson remain unbeaten with a 66-59 victory over Alabama on Tuesday night.Stingrays' backup goalie Vigier handed first loss
The luck finally ran out for Ian Vigier and the South Carolina Stingrays. Brad Ralph scored two goals and Mike Bayrack had a goal and two assists to lead Charlotte past South Carolina, 7-4, Tuesday night before a crowd of 3,451 at the North Charleston Coliseum.Who's No. 1? Title game may not tell
Now there already are three teams claiming to be the best in the land, and none of them is playing Thursday night in what's supposed to be the national championship game between No. 2 Oklahoma and top-ranked Florida. Utah's legal eagle is so mad he's trying to figure out a way to blow up the Bowl Championship Series once and for all.
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