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One team survived in Cameron Indoor Stadium late Saturday night, and the other was denied. The beauty of ACC basketball in March, however, is that in six days Duke and North Carolina could play each other again for the ACC title.
Moving Ahead: UNC players say they have no time to rest on laurels
The Winston Salem Journal

Defeating rival Duke in an ACC regular-season title game at Cameron Indoor Stadium is something to savor, which North Carolina's Tar Heels did late Saturday night. But before leaving their locker room, the Heels were already looking ahead, talking about marching on in March.
Heels, Blue Devils ready for ACC Tournament
The News and Observer

"This is the type of spotlight game we're going to be playing in as we get into the NCAA tournament," UNC junior Marcus Ginyard said. "There's so much on the line. This was incredible — two big-time teams with everyone watching. To be able to experience that atmosphere and this type of game is going to be huge if we want to make it all the way to the Final Four and win a national championship."
Big-game experience should help UNC, Duke
The Fayetteville Observer

Last year's team had more physical talent. This year's team has more mental toughness. Such is the difference between having to share the ACC's regular-season title and winning the conference outright.
Tar Heels older, wiser and tougher
The Wilmington Star

Fans hoping for another Duke-North Carolina rematch might be even more likely to get their wish thanks to the outcome of Saturday night's rematch.
Heels, Devils could meet up in ACC final
The Durham Herald-Sun

Seventeen years ago Duke and North Carolina showed up in the Final Four at Indianapolis. It was the first, and only, time that happened.
Could we see a repeat?
The Durham Herald-Sun

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