Former Dudley-star Graves paves the way as the Heels run the Marshall right out of town

The inside on William Graves from the N&R’s Jeff Mills at Click Here.


CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — North Carolina rebounded from its latest loss by, well, rebounding. Three days after slipping into their deepest deficit off the glass under coach Roy Williams, the 10th-ranked Tar Heels got back to dominating the boards — and the game–in a 98-61 rout of Marshall on Tuesday night.

And the biggest impact came from some of their biggest players: Ed Davis finished with 19 points and 10 rebounds and fellow forward Tyler Zeller matched his career high with 18 points for North Carolina (9-3).

After No. 2 Texas outrebounded the Tar Heels by 21–their widest margin under their Hall of Fame coach–they held a 53-34 advantage on the glass against the Thundering Herd, who started three guards.


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