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T.J. Warren has been the best scorer in the Atlantic Coast Conference all season. He's making a historic late-season push to be the league's player of the year, too.
Pittsburgh coach Jamie Dixon kept trying to find somebody - sometimes two somebodies - to guard N.C. State star T.J. Warren.
T.J. Warren did just about everything possible to help North Carolina State end rival North Carolina's winning streak. In the end, the Atlantic Coast Conference's leading scorer came up a play or two short.
Alabama's record says plenty about the season's challenges.
It was the kind of Clemson victory K.J. McDaniels had envisioned all season - one where he's not doing all the work.
North Carolina State pushed No. 1 Syracuse all the way to the brink of its first loss.
Syracuse's streak lives on - barely.
T.J. Warren and North Carolina State weren't about to let another game against Wake Forest come down to one shot.
After a modest first half, T.J. Warren came up big for NC State in the second half.