Tar Heels Trying To Regain Control Of The Season

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) -- When North Carolina hosts rival Duke on Wednesday night, the Tar Heels will find themselves in a position few could have imagined to start the season.

The defending national champions enter February unranked and sitting near the bottom of the Atlantic Coast Conference standings. North Carolina (13-10, 2-6 ACC) has lost seven of nine games since the start of 2010, including three straight. They are coming off a 21-point loss at Maryland that ranks as the most lopsided loss under Roy Williams.

Duke guard Nolan Smith recently said his reaction was simple: "What's going on?"

Williams says the team has to keep working to get better even as its chances of returning to the NCAA tournament grow more remote with each game.

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