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UNC makes history in one of its biggest rivalry games Grant Halverson/Getty Images
CHAPEL HILL, NC - JANUARY 08: Abdul-Malik Abu #0 of the North Carolina State Wolfpack battles Kennedy Meeks #3 and Justin Jackson #44 of the North Carolina Tar Heels for a loose ball during the game at the Dean Smith Center on January 8, 2017 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

North Carolina absolutely demolished one of its main rivals in North Carolina State and did it so badly that the Tar Heels made history in the process.

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While it was the most points that UNC has ever dropped on the Wolfpack, it is not the biggest point different they’ve ever seen:

Still, getting beat by 51 points isn’t exactly fun and shows just how Jekyll and Hyde this Wolfpack team can be this year despite lottery pick Dennis Smith Jr. and potential top-15 pick running mate Omer Yurtseven running the show. I have a feeling that the Duke-UNC games won’t be as lopsided in February and March.

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