Found January 07, 2013 on Fox Sports Carolinas:
If Virginia is going to make a push for an appearance in the NCAA Tournament, it needs to make Sunday's win over North Carolina count. The way not to do that is by following the impressive victory by falling at a Wake Forest team that could finish last in the ACC. A loss to the 7-6 (0-1 in ACC) Demon Deacons on Wednesday night would basically cancel out the win over UNC, and would join Virginia's baffling loss to Old Dominion a few weeks ago as major strikes against its NCAA chances Virginia (11-3, 1-0) getting point guard Jontel Evans back was huge against UNC. He had six assists and no turnovers in the second half. Moving forward, he may have been the final ingredient to a team that can achieve its goals. 'Hes not where he needs to be defensively, but he still could come up with some plays tonight," Bennett said Sunday. "He could body as an older guy. He bodied (UNCs Marcus) Paige a couple times. His ability to put pressure on the paint and get in there ...
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