If the Wolfpack defeats Wisconsin and North Carolina eliminates Villanova on Friday night in the Syracuse Regional, the ages-old rivals would play Sunday for a ticket to the Final Four.
Matchup would rival '83
Raleigh News & Observer
UNC coach Roy Williams would like his team to win pretty but be prepared to win ugly.
So far, the Tar Heels' games in the NCAA Tournament have been a few free throws short of beautiful. Though they likely will need a grind-it-out effort to advance two more rounds and reach the Final Four, the Tar Heels have won with two 90-point performances, exactly what Williams wants.
Tar Heels easily outrun and outscore first two opponents
Rashad McCants' smile is back, and his game is not far behind.
3 Still in the Chase
The good news, Wright said, is Sumpter should be back in time to start practicing with his teammates in the fall, and he should be fully recovered for his senior season.
Sumpter out with torn ACL
North Carolina coach Roy Williams said he was left with a bad taste in his mouth after his team's dismissal from the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament.
Consider that completely rinsed away with two fluid NCAA Tournament performances.
Williams' bad taste turns sweet
The goal is the same for both coaches.
Mike Krzyzewski of Duke and Roy Williams of North Carolina are in pursuit of the national championship. Both have No. 1-seeded teams. Both have gotten to the Sweet 16.
The differences between the two coaches lie in the perception of each and the way each handles himself.
WILLIAMS, COACH K HAVE EYES ON RING