Found November 23, 2011 on isportsweb.com:
Going into the fourth game of the season my concerns were about the squad’s shooting at the free throw line and beyond the arc. Watching the top ranked team play their second game at the Dean Dome tonight one issue was still there while the other wasn’t. Number one North Carolina (4-0) defeated Tennessee State (2-3) 102 to 69, which even covered the 27.5 spread that the Vegas insiders had on the game, and made it the 41st time that under head coach Roy Williams a team scores in the triple digits since he has come back to Chapel Hill. Both halves began the same for the guest squad, hitting two three’s, however in the first twenty minutes they did it back to back, while in the second they had 8 misses between the two shots, and it was close to the 14 minutes mark. As the television announcer said a bit later in the game about the Tigers “they seem like a tired team”, while the Heels, with their running game in full force did not look fatigued at all. What they looked like was a well o...
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