Zeller, who was limited in practice Monday because of the concussion, said he thinks he will be able to play tonight as long he has no setbacks before the game. He said he had a headache Saturday but has had no other symptoms since then.
Zeller's status not known for UAB
The Durham Herald-Sun
Maybe North Carolina coach Roy Williams has used a little positive thinking to push the Tar Heels a little deeper in the postseason.
Going into the National Invitation Tournament, Williams said he was still thinking the next day would get better. If nothing else, the season has become longer.
“This is a new beginning,” Williams said.
Tar Heels try to extend NIT upswing
The Burlington Times-News
With a trip to the National Invitation Tournament's semifinals on the line tonight, once-struggling North Carolina has a chance to finish the basketball season on a note of revival.
Their two-game NIT run has been fueled by something that was missing almost all season: strong finishes.
Heels learning to finish
The News and Observer
Smart college basketball fans in this town have said it since Gene Bartow first crossed the city limits, and once again, it bears repeating.
Thank heaven for UAB.
What other school in the state, in the midst of a state-wide basketball malaise, could bring North Carolina to the Heart of Dixie?
Auburn tried, and more on that later, but UAB succeeded.
North Carolina could be Bartow Arena's biggest game
The Birmingham News