Scott Wood, the Heels are coming for you. As I was sitting waiting for the Tar Heels to take on Wake Forest Tuesday night, NC State was all I could think about. The Heels absolutely shut down NC State at the Dean Smith Center. Not just winning, but crushing, the “Wolfpack” who looked more like the puppy pack. Little Scott got all upset after words and said some really stupid things to reporters.
When asked how losing to UNC felt he had this to say:
“I don’t know,” he said. “Has your wife ever cheated on you?”
“That’s probably how frustrating it is,”
My favorite part of it all, Wood is a 20 year old that has never been married in his life. So he has absolutely no clue what it would be like to have his wife cheat on him. He went on to say that the loss was 90% NC State not playing well. Which is a direct implication that he feels Carolina was only responsible for 10% of the win. In other words, this guy in a complete and utter moron.
The Tar Heels travel to play NC State on Tue. Feb. 21 at the RBC Center in Raleigh. The Heels absolutely embarrassed State 74-55 in Chapel Hill on Jan. 26th and have since played better basketball. The Heels have shown more energy, hustle and better execution, especially on the defensive end in their last two games since playing State. UNC and NC State still have five more games before they meet again. Carolina faces a tough test traveling to MD, playing Duke on Feb 8th and turning around to play Virginia three days later.
Expect the Heels to be at the top of their game on Feb 21st with Scott Wood and his stupid comments fresh on their minds. Personally, I want the team to go in and play State like it’s the Final Four. I don’t want to see Roy Williams put in the scrubs at all. If UNC is up by 75 with two minutes to go, let’s push to get it to 80, that’s the mentality I want and expect to see. I don’t realistically forsee a 75 or 80 point Tar Heel win, but it will be ugly, I’m calling a 30 point Tar Heel win today. Put it in the books!
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