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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
Durham Herald-Sun

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
Winston-Salem Journal

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
Fayetteville Observer

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
Richmond Times-Dispatch

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
Washington Post

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

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