Posted November 18, 2012 on
LAHAINA, Hawaii – No. 11 North Carolina passed its first road test of the 2012-13 season on Friday. Now the Tar Heels will be tasked with the mental and physical drain of playing three games in three days against quality competition in the Maui Invitational.
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North Carolina is dominating Mississippi State at half time, 49-17. North Carolina’s P.J. Hairston was the second biggest shot so far from the Maui Invitation:
MAUI, Hawaii - Mississippi State could not match the firepower of ninth-ranked North Carolina in men's basketball action Monday afternoon.
The Tar Heels converted 15 3-pointers and led from start to finish in a 95-49 victory in the opening round of the EA Sports Maui Invitational.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- North Carolina learned of its postseason ban in March, nearly six months before the season began. With the final game of the regular season less than a week away, the Tar Heels are looking forward rather than playing the “what if” game.
Kennedy Meeks, ranked No. 20 by ESPN, chose the Tar Heels over Georgetown.
LAHAINA, Hawaii – Roy Williams hoped the Maui Invitational would provide a confidence boost for his 11th-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels. He got his wish with a strong performance against an overmatched and undermanned Mississippi State squad.