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DURHAM NC - FEBRUARY 09:  Cameron Crazies heckle the North Carolina Tar Heels before the start of their game at Cameron Indoor Stadium on February 9 2011 in Durham North Carolina.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
DURHAM NC - FEBRUARY 09: Cameron Crazies heckle the North Carolina Tar Heels before the start of their game at Cameron Indoor Stadium on February 9 2011 in Durham North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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  • CBS's Matt Norlander thinks the 'Cuse need to address their flaws. Let's start with a lack of offensive firepower. (Eye on College Basketball)

  • Seven straight Big East wins, capped off by JT3's first ever victory at the Carrier Dome. A very, very impressive stretch right here. (Washington Post)

  • BYU rolled up Air Force by 38 points with only nine players, their biggest margin of victory in league play (Salt Lake Tribune)

  • Chander Parsons flirted with a triple-double, but this Kenny Boynton kid doesn't look like he'll ever be a decent shooter (Miami Herald)

  • Previously 13-0, UCF has dropped EIGHT straight against C-USA opponents. Yesterday's debacle vs. Memphis could have been the most frustrating of all. (Central Florida Future)

  • If you're going to dunk on somebody, at least have the decency to stare them down for a little bit. Kyle Kuric agrees. (The Dagger)

  • Every last thing you've been clamoring to know about the 68-team NCAA format is right here (Sports Illustrated)

  • The Dukies went on a 50-30 second half surge to douse UNC at Cameron. Gotta' love the hatred between these two schools. (Yahoo! Sports)

  • A confusing lack of execution down the stretch cost Iowa a chance to upset No. 13 Wisconsin (YouTube)

  • Must-read Dana O'Neil feature story on Morehead State big man Kenneth Faried (ESPN)

  • Is Texas-Oklahoma even a bball rivalry anymore? Seems a little one-sided as of late. (Burnt Orange Nation)

  • Idaho ended Utah State's 17-game win streak and probably knocked them out of the top 25 (Idaho Statesman)