"Just see how long we go until the coaches get upset with it. Clearly, I wasn't happy at halftime."
There was plenty for Brownell to be upset about in the locker room.
Trailing UNC 38-24 at the break, the Tar Heels were shooting 47 percent from the field and 40 percent from behind the 3-point line [6 of 15].
What's usually a raucous environment, Littlejohn Coliseum was kept quiet for most of the night.
"That's what offensive execution -- [it] does that on the road. If you can execute on the road, offensively, and make shots -- that's what keeps crowds quiet in a lot of ways," Brownell said.
Big night from Book…"I got a couple of cheap fouls in the first half and that threw me on the bench. In the second half, I didn't get too many foul calls. I was just playing my game." - Devin Booker
"I think he just took it upon himself to go do more, in terms of offensive rebounding and really attacking." - Brownell
UNC hitting jumpers…"We were playing D real timid. They were coming up, open, had a bunch of practice jump shots is what we call them – wide-open, one-two rhythm. Nobody was switching up, nobody was talking. We allowed them to get off to a good start, allowed them to hit jump shots." - Jennings
"They certainly had a few clean looks. They also hit a few [contested]…they've got different guys that can make a shot...there's a lot of guys there to guard. There just are. That's why they're good and why they can score."
Turnovers on four consecutive second half trips…"It was terrible. Adonis [Filer] one time just went and broke a play off. He said he had it. It's just different for these guys, especially the two freshmen. The two freshmen think they can just go and make a play. You might do that once, but you're not doing that consistently in a half-court grind, to just break things off and try something." - Brownell
"In high school, you can get away with a jump pass. You're not getting away with a jump pass in college. The guards just played undisciplined. That's uncharacteristic of them, in all honesty." - Jennings