North Carolina coach Roy Williams' team trailed by double figures in the second half against Miami when there was a scramble for a rebound.
Like the game, it wasn't much of a contest.
"The ball was lying on the floor, and we didn't have anybody dive for it," Williams said. "They got it and made a 3. That was a big play."
So it went for the No. 9-ranked Tar Heels, who were outhustled and outscored by Miami. Freshman Bruce Brown needed only 11 shots to score a career-high 30 points, and the Hurricanes deployed a swarming zone defense Saturday to upset the Tar Heels 77-62, ending their seven-game winning streak.
"It was a big-time...