Coach Roy Williams stood on the sideline, sometimes appearing in agony over the slightest mistake while his team built a 50-point lead in the second half. Raymond Felton led a break that was often devastating, and pressure defense and swarming traps forced mistakes and rattled Virginia's young guards.
Surging: Tar Heels feeling strong after blowout
"I think he's going to stay at Carolina for a couple of years," his father said. "Some kids aren't college-type kids, but Marvin is a student. He loves college." And, oh, how this college loves him.
Williams finding himself in hoops heaven
With national championship talent — the best in the country, say most hoop mavens — North Carolina is back where it used to be, playing with supreme confidence and lofty expectations; winning with great style, a trademark of classic Tar Heel teams.
At 17-2, dominating UNC is back to where it used to be
The elder Hemby thinks Jordan will pick UNC or Florida, which didn't enter the sweepstakes until hiring Meyer. "As far as he's concerned, it could go either way," Hemby's father said.
Several UNC football commitments wavering