Coach Roy Williams said he isn't worried about North Carolina's outside shooting, and neither is guard Leslie McDonald.
Both are confident that if North Carolina is forced to the perimeter for shots again today against Boston College, a majority will go into the basket.
Tar Heels not hitting outside shots
The Winston-Salem Journal
When North Carolina faced Boston College on Feb. 1 in Chestnut Hill, Mass., the Tar Heels scored the most points in an ACC contest in nearly two seasons as the they crushed the Eagles 106-74.
And when BC visits the Smith Center today, UNC is hoping to regain its shooting touch after struggling on the perimeter the past three games (4 p.m., ESPN).
Tar Heels look to improve their aim
The Durham Herald-Sun
As North Carolina has injected itself in the Atlantic Coast Conference title picture, winning seven of their last eight, its hot hands have seemed to get downright frigid.
North Carolina will hope to snap out of its funk when it welcomes Boston College on Saturday afternoon.
Tar Heels try to locate wayward 3-point shooting stroke
The Burlington Times-News
Zack Richardson played against North Carolina-bound P.J. Hairston on Tuesday, then filled a front-row seat to watch Reggie Bullock and the Tar Heels beat Wake Forest.
Zach Richardson finds niche at UNC
The Fayetteville Observer
No. 19 North Carolina (19-6, 9-2 ACC) has plenty to appreciate about 6-foot-10 Henson's play as it prepares to play Boston College (16-9, 6-5) at 4 p.m. Saturday (ESPN). Armed with an improving hook shot and an ability to stretch for allegedly unreachable rebounds, Henson has posted four straight double-doubles.
But his most valuable asset continues to be his agile ability to reject shots.
UNC's Henson feeds off rejection
The Charlotte Observer