"Everybody is disappointed in ourselves because we know what we're capable of and we know that we're not playing our best basketball."
Green: 'We've got to be hungry'
Raleigh News & Observer
With all the consternation surrounding North Carolina's imperfect start to the ACC season, it probably bears repeating that the Tar Heels lost to the No. 2 team in the country by three points on their home floor with what has to be considered a C or D game.
Will Tar Heels pay price in long run?
"I don't think we're as bad as some are saying right now," Williams said a couple of days before Carolina's next stop: Charlottesville's John Paul Jones Arena. "I didn't believe that 16-0 stuff any more than I think we'll go 0-16."
Angry Tar Heels coming to Virginia
Charlottesville Daily Progress