Former North Carolina basketball walk-on Webb Tyndall can't help but feel a bit of deja vu.
Twelve years ago, he was part of another highly heralded Tar Heel team, one that left Charlottesville, Va., a shocking 0-3 in the ACC for the first time in school history.
Former UNC players can relate to this year's 0-2 start
Raleigh News & Observer
The way Roy Williams sees it, North Carolina has the scrap paper and pencil out, grinding away on what should be a straight-forward problem.
Tar Heels looking for the solution
Coach Roy Williams knows that North Carolina has significant work ahead to get back into contention in the ACC, and knows that the comeback has to start with today's 9 p.m. game at Virginia.
UNC's Williams wants to see smarter play
Despite holding a top five ranking in the Associated Press poll for the 31st consecutive week, the concerns about Carolina's deficiencies suddenly have a more urgent and panicked edge.
The Rx for UNC
But those losses did more than show the country that the supposed "perfect" team has a few notable flaws.
It made today's 9 p.m. game at Virginia a heck of a lot more interesting.
Tar Heels hope to ?nd ACC win at UVa.
Daily Tar Heel
If he weren't in baby blue, he'd be a 'Hoo.
That's small consolation to University of Virginia basketball coach Dave Leitao and his staff, who desperately wanted Ed Davis to be a regular at John Paul Jones Arena.
Davis returns to Va. to face Cavs
Although confident, Virginia guard Sylven Landesberg did not expect to enter Thursday's game against North Carolina with a better conference record than the Tar Heels.
Cavs Expect the Best From Reeling Tar Heels
When asked about going up against a team that many are predicting to win the national championship and features a number of future NBA players, the New York native didn't seem the least bit intimidated.
Cavaliers relish underdog status
Charlottesville Daily Progress