Post Loss To Kansas, What’s Next For The Tar Heels?

CHAPEL HILL – The UNC Men’s Basketball team is done after a 70-58 loss to No. 1 seed Kansas in the Round of 32.  And we’re all trying to move on, but let’s recap briefly. “Whatever kind of shots they are, if you don’t make them then you aren’t going to do very well. When Carolina shot 22 of 73 that is not a winning formula,”  said Barry Jacobs of the ACC Sports Journal. The Jayhawks can now relish in the fact that for a second year in a row, they ousted UNC from the NCAA tournament. But in the first half of Sunday night’s game, it was the Heels that came out more composed. “It’s almost like at the beginning of the game Kansas was hyperventilating,” Jacobs said. “North Carolina came out and was like, ‘We have nothing to lose, nobody expects us to win.’” That’s not to say that Carolina was firing on all cylinders in the first half, though. The Heels and Jayhawks were deadlocked at two points for nearly two minutes. But the less experienced Heels unraveled. The Jayhawks out scored the Heels 49-28 in the second half. “When you miss lay-ups as well as three-pointers and you have more turnovers than assists, which Carolina did last night, you’re going to lose most times,” he said. So with what Carolina fans would call an early exit...

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