Jan. 18, 2014
Score: North Carolina 82, Boston College 71
Records: Boston College (5-13, 1-4 ACC), North Carolina (11-6, 1-3 ACC)
Location: Dean E. Smith Center, Chapel Hill, NC
Attendance: 18, 115
BC Starters: Odio (F), Anderson (F), Jackson (G), Hanlan (G), Rahon (G)
North Carolina Starters: McDonald (G), Paige (G), Tokoto (F), Simmons (F), McAdoo (F)
BC HIGHLIGHTS Junior Ryan Anderson recorded his 18th career double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds. He is the ACC active leader in that category.
Sophomore Joe Rahon recorded 13 points and six assists.
Junior Lonnie Jackson went 4-for-6 from the beyond the arc for 14 points.
Junior Eddie Odio scored a career-high 12 points and sophomore Olivier Hanlan had 16.
Boston College trailed the Tar Heels, 56-55, with 10:15 left in the game, but North Carolina went on a decisive 9-2 run to build a 65-57 lead at the 6:54 mark.
HOW IT HAPPENED North Carolina made the first run of the game, a 16-2 stretch over 3:40 to take a 20-9 lead at the 13:08 mark.
Boston College responded with a 13-4 run to pull within a bucket, 24-22, with 8:28 left. Junior Eddie Odio hit two of BC's three treys in that span.
The Tar Heels led at the half, 36-32.
UNC led, 52-46, before BC cut the lead down to 56-55.
North Carolina made a decisive 9-2 run over the next 3:21 to build a 65-57 lead.
Points: Olivier Hanlan, 16
Rebounds: Ryan Anderson, 12
Assists: Joe Rahon, 6
Points: Marcus Paige, 21
Rebounds: James Michael McAdoo & Kennedy Meeks, 6
Assists: J.P. Tokoto, 6
INSIDE THE BOX SCORE Boston College opened the game by hitting 6 of its first 8 3-pointers.
The Eagles hit more 3-pointers than 2-point baskets, 11-10
Lead Changes: 2
Largest Leads: BC 3, North Carolina 14
NOTES It was announced on Friday that junior Dennis Clifford will sit the rest of the season and apply for a medical redshirt.
BC had five players in double figures for the first time since the Toledo game.
Junior Eddie Odio had a career-high 12 points.
Junior Lonnie Jackson is 15-for-23 from beyond the arc in the last three games.
Boston College hosts Georgia Tech on Tuesday night at 9 p.m.