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Sunday March 7th

Chris Hempson


Michael Morin pitched for a career-high five shutout innings.   DTH/Will Cooper
Sports

Tar Heels take dramatic victory with grand slam

North Carolina had fought through 10 runners left on base, a late-inning blown lead and even an ejection of coach Mike Fox.Before the 10th inning, senior shortstop Ryan Graepel had fought through an 0-for-1 day, three walks and a baserunning mishap that left both Graepel and Fox sprawled on the ground.

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Yates gets outplayed by freshman Renner

Right after a demoralizing December bowl loss to Pittsburgh, North Carolina coach Butch Davis stood at a podium in the depths of Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte and proclaimed that his focus was already on the 2010 season.Others — namely the team’s fans — weren’t choosing such a selective memory. And rightly so, especially when focusing on the Tar Heels’ offensive production, which finished tenth or worst in most notable passing categories in the ACC last year.

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Redshirt junior Colin Bates started the second game of the series for the Tar Heels, striking out five in the win.DTH/Phong Dinh
Sports

Florida State drops Heels late in series

Long after North Carolina had raced to two early leads on Friday and Sunday and long after the Tar Heels had subsequently lost each with late rallies by Florida State, UNC coach Mike Fox dropped a quite unexpected line during his postgame interview.“I don’t think the story Friday or today is our bullpen,” Fox said Sunday. “I was really proud of the guys that we brought in today.”

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Cetera DeGraffenreid fights through two defenders in Sunday’s 64-54 win against Duke. DTH/Phong Dinh
Sports

UNC's DeGraffenreid stars against Blue Devils

She had been called out by her coach, stripped of her leadership responsibilities and benched on more than one occasion.She had suffered through more losses than in any other season during her three years in Chapel Hill. She had thrown up an absolute clunker against Duke in the teams’ last meeting — recording not one field goal.

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No. 8 Duke outrebounded No. 18 North Carolina 52-28 Monday night in its dominant 79-51 victory. DTH/ Phong Dinh
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Blue Devils blow past UNC

DURHAM — Their expressions told it all.North Carolina’s usually exuberant assistant coach Andrew Calder stood stone-faced before a timeout with 3:53 left in the second half. Freshman Tierra Ruffin-Pratt buried her face in a towel. Team leaders Italee Lucas and Cetera DeGraffenreid stared blankly ahead.They all knew. It was over.

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