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Topic - Tyler Zeller
With his team in trouble, DeMar DeRozan flashed his All-Star form at the finish.
Awful all night, Harrison Barnes came through when North Carolina needed him most.
The Maryland basketball team began February with hope. Not abundantly talented, the Terrapins could undeniably be interesting when the mood struck them. And that happened to just about every night, even when vaunted North Carolina came to town less than four weeks ago.
North Carolina's big men are passing on the NBA for another run at a national championship. The Tar Heels will have to wait a little longer to learn the plans of freshman Harrison Barnes.
Tyler Zeller scored 25 points while freshman Harrison Barnes had 21 to help No. 19 North Carolina beat Maryland 87-76 on Sunday night, pulling the Tar Heels into a tie with Duke atop the Atlantic Coast Conference.
"We're playing together and we're working together," said Zeller, who had his second double-double of the season and the ninth of his career. "When you play together and have success and win, it kind of takes some of the stress off."
Right now, he said he's "very comfortable and very confident."