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For once, Boston College was the team pushing its opponent around on the boards.
North Carolina didn't let a crammed-full schedule of games nor a short turnaround after an emotional win against its fiercest rival derail its momentum. Instead, the Tar Heels had a dominating performance that continued their upward surge in the Atlantic Coast Conference standings.
T.J. Warren and North Carolina State weren't about to let another game against Wake Forest come down to one shot.
No. 11 Duke burned through a lot of emotional energy a few days ago in its loss at Syracuse.
Wake Forest didn't have its leading scorer against No. 11 Duke. Once the Demon Deacons started giving the ball to the Blue Devils, they didn't have much of a chance.
Injury-riddled Georgia Tech lost another player but won the game.
Devin Thomas couldn't miss for Wake Forest. With the game on the line, neither could Codi Miller-McIntyre.
Normally, the drive between Blacksburg, Va., and Winston-Salem, N.C., is roughly two hours, but Wake Forest coach Jeff Bzdelik said the ride may last a little longer after his team's win over Virginia Tech.
Wake Forest's road trips always seem to end the same way - in defeat.