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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Lonnie Jackson
To a man, the Boston College Eagles were convinced of one thing: DK was looking down on them.
Jim Boeheim shrugged. It was nice while it lasted.
Roy Williams and North Carolina can breathe a little easier.
Playing a home game with an arena nearly half-filled with chanting fans of the visiting team didn't seem to faze Boston College for most of the game.
"We've been in a lot of close games this year, lost a lot of heartbreakers," said Jackson, who was just 9 of 16 from the free throw line in conference play entering the game. "We've been in this before, so we just had to rely on that. Finally, the ball bounced our way."
Olivier Hanlan scored 16 points and Lonnie Jackson added 14 for Boston College (5-13, 1-4), which replaced North Carolina in the league cellar.