Found February 18, 2012 on Fox Sports Carolinas:
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. --- Harrison Barnes must really like the color orange. The North Carolina sophomore small forward brings out his best whenever the Tar Heels take on Clemson. And in the fourth installment of Barnes versus the Tigers on Saturday afternoon at the Smith Center, the "Black Falcon" soared, like he did in the first three meetings. Barnes put on an impressive display scoring 24 points, grabbing seven rebounds and showing increased aggressiveness in UNC's 74-52 victory. After the game, the Carolina star admitted what had become quite apparent. "I don't know, man, I always have good games against them," he said, referring to the Tigers. "Ever since they came here, at their place, (Clemson forward) Milton Jennings returned the favor to me today. I just love playing Clemson." In his first of three meetings against the Tigers, all of which occurred last season, Barnes totaled 13 points, but hit the go-ahead basket in a 10-point Carolin...
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