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Tyler Zeller

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  • Virginia laments lost opportunity in 54-51 loss to North Carolina

    Virginia laments lost opportunity in 54-51 loss to North Carolina
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — With North Carolina clinging to a 1-point lead in the final minute at Virginia on Saturday, the ACC's two best players commanded center stage. The Cavaliers' Mike Scott missed. The Tar Heels' Tyler Zeller did not. North Carolina...
  • In order to rebound, Terps will need to rebound

    In order to rebound, Terps will need to rebound
    You could make a really strong case that Maryland’s trip to North Carolina on Wednesday night represents the toughest game all season for the Terps. It’s not just that the Tar Heels are sixth in the nation and winners of 11 of their last 12...
  • In sizing up North Carolina, Maryland's focus is on rebounding

    In sizing up North Carolina, Maryland's focus is on rebounding
    It was Feb. 4, and Maryland trailed by just three points at Comcast Center when Tyler Zeller, North Carolina's 7-foot senior, missed a shot with 2:37 left. The Tar Heels got the offensive rebound. Then they got another. Then another. Then John Henson hit...
  • Terps' 88-64 loss to North Carolina marred by turnovers, foul trouble

    Terps' 88-64 loss to North Carolina marred by turnovers, foul trouble
    Maryland came to the Smith Center hoping to be more than a mere afterthought for a North Carolina team whose fans couldn't help but look ahead excitedly to the Tar Heels' rematch with Duke on Saturday. While the sixth-ranked Tar Heels and the fourth-...
  • Teel Time: Virginia would win 4-way tie with Clemson, Miami, N.C. State for ACC tournament bye

    Post deadline musings after Virginia’s 63-60 loss to Florida State on Thursday: * The defeat drops Virginia into a four-way tie for fourth in the ACC at 8-7 with Clemson, North Carolina State and Miami. If all finish deadlocked, either at 8-8 or 9-...
  • North Carolina plays like a champion in road knockout of Duke

    North Carolina plays like a champion in road knockout of Duke
    DURHAM, N.C. — Ticket beggars were stationed more than a mile from Cameron Indoor Stadium. Lounging in beach chairs just off the exit ramp from Rte. 15-501, they held the requisite signs, knowing full well the answer. On this Saturday night, for...
  • Teel Time: Duke's Krzyzewski calls North Carolina's Zeller the ACC Player of the Year

    Roy Williams and Mike Krzyzewski bleed different shades of blue. Williams obsesses over golf, Krzyzewski couldn’t be bothered. Krzyzewski apprenticed under Bob Knight, Williams under Dean Smith. But on this the two Hall of Fame coaches agree: North...
  • Teel Time: Voting Virginia's Mike Scott, Tony Bennett ACC player, coach of year

    Teel Time: Voting Virginia's Mike Scott, Tony Bennett ACC player, coach of year
    What follows is an unprecedented All-ACC ballot. Relegating two of the conference’s top three scorers to second team and bypassing the league’s top three teams to find the player of the year? In 29 seasons of ACC coverage, I’ve never...
  • ACC All Access: Virginia's Mike Scott selected All-ACC first team, and Jontel Evans makes the ACC's All-Defensive team

    ACC All Access: Virginia's Mike Scott selected All-ACC first team, and Jontel Evans makes the ACC's All-Defensive team
    All season, Virginia's Mike Scott has served as his team's lone dependable offensive threat on a game-by-game basis, while Bethel High graduate Jontel Evans has been U.Va.'s primary defensive catalyst. Without either of them, climbing to the fourth...
  • Teel Time: Virginia's Mike Scott should have been unanimous first-team All-ACC

    Random Monday musings as the ACC releases its all-conference basketball teams and prepares for the league tournament in Atlanta. * Short of a hanging chad, can’t imagine how any of my media brethren failed to vote Virginia forward Mike Scott...
  • Coppin women breeze by N.C. Central in MEAC tourney opener

    Shawntae Payne scored 17 points and Crystal Whittington had 13 points and 12 rebounds for Coppin State in a 76-37 opening-round win in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament in Winston-Salem, N.C., on Monday. Coppin State (19-11, 13-3 MEAC),...