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Topic - Brice Johnson
A federal grand jury has indicted a North Texas man on kidnapping and hate crime counts after authorities say he severely beat a gay man he met through an online service.
North Carolina says forward Brice Johnson will not return against Iowa State after spraining his right ankle in the first half.
A North Texas man is facing federal hate crime charges after authorities say he severely beat a gay man he met through an online service.
Federal prosecutors have accused a 19-year-old North Texas man of a hate crime for an attack that left a gay man hospitalized for 10 days with skull and face fractures.
Things just haven't gotten easier for No. 25 Pittsburgh.
Marcus Paige was back to his high-scoring ways for North Carolina, while Brice Johnson provided the punch off the bench that helped the Tar Heels extend their winning streak to a season-long four games.
"It was a little heartbreaking we couldn't play Duke," said sophomore Brice Johnson, who hit Saturday's clinching free throw with 2.8 seconds left.
"I've just been doing in the same things, just trying to work on my shot with (assistant Hubert Davis)," Johnson said. "All those other games, it just wasn't going in. But this game it was going in. I was very happy about that. I was sick of seeing the ball go in and out of the rim and not going in."