The Heels will leave Portland with a 1-2 record in the Phil Knight Invitational.
It was a miserable Black Friday for UNC athletics.
I’m glad I wasn’t eating yet, because I would’ve sweat all over my turkey watching this game.
We’re back, and we’re ready to discuss all of the pain and joy that this past weekend brought us.
No question about it, I’m ready for my wallet to get hurt again.
Bacot seemed to be moving in first gear during UNC’s first three games. Against JMU, the senior center put the pedal down as Carolina cruised.
We still didn’t get a complete game, but it may have been their best performance of the season so far.
UNC’s new starter looked more assertive in his third game, pacing the Heels in the first half.
The Tar Heels are a sleepy 3-0 to start the season.
Bacot’s 27 second half points were emblematic of the Tar Heels’ turnaround after the break.
Pendulum swung the other way in the Heels’ second game.
The Cougars punched the Heels square in the jaw, but Armando Bacot and Caleb Love got the last laugh.