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Virgil answered when
Carolina head basketball coach
Dean Smith is fond of telling about
the accomplishments of his players,
be they Ail-Americans ' or the last
in off the bench in a rout. One of
ne things he's most proud of is how
they play during their last season.
"I can't remember one player who
didn't have his best season during his
senior year," Smith told reporters at
Picture Day more than two months
tgo- "No matter how good someone
had played in his first three years, he
always improved. This year we're
phased to have five seniors."
For a while this season, it looked as
if Smith would be proven wrong for
the first time. John Virgil, a senior,
found himself riding the bench for all
but a few minutes each game,
displaced by freshman James
Worthy. Virgil, who averaged 5.8
points per game as a sophomore and
6.3 as a junior, was expected to
challenge for the starting spot left by
Dudley Bradley's graduation, but
Worthy became only the third player
in Carolina history to start in his first
game. Only Phil Ford and Mike
O'Koren had preceded Worthy as
Now, with Worthy out for the
remainder of the season with a
broken ankle, Virgil is finally getting
the chance to keep the "senior year"
streak alive. Starting last week for the
first time this year against Wake
Forest, Virgil scored nine points and
made three steals in 22 minutes. Start
no. 2 against Clemson Saturday
produced 12 points and three more
steals in 24 minutes. Virgil's scoring
average still is only 4.1 points, but
remember, he was getting just a few
minutes per game until now.
"It relaxes me a lot to start," Virgil
said last week. "I can get more in the
flow of the game. And I know I'm
going to be in there a lot of the time.
It's a chance for me to contribute to
The contribution everybody looks
at most is scoring, and everybody
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knows Virgil can do that. In fact,
Marquette ex-coach and NBC
basketball announcer Al McGuire
has nicknamed the Carolina
swingman "Instant Offense." But
Virgil's most satisfying addition is his
defense. Though 6-foot-6, Virgil
often finds himself matched up
against a smaller, quicker guard. Yet,
in the last two games, it has been
Virgil making the timely defensive
play; his six steals in those games
rank second to fellow guard Dave
"I think my defense has vastly
improved," Virgil said. "I feel much
more comfortable with it now."
Carolina teams have shown a
unique ability to play solid basketball
even when losing a top player. After
the Tar Heels lost Tommy LaGarde
halfway through the 1976-77
season and Walter Davis and Ford
temporarily during the NCAA'
playoff s they still finished second in
the country. Now UNC has bounced
back with two ACC wins after losing
Worthy. Part of it as in 1977 is
having so many seniors on the team.
Virgil is getting more time and so is
Rich Yonakor, who sparked
Carolina with 12 straight points
Clemson head basketball coach
Bill Foster found another part of
Carolina's success: "Hell, when
you've got seven or eight high school
All-Americans on a team, you're
going to play good basketball."
Certainly, the sidelining of Worthy
is bad news for Carolina. But no team
can any longer afford to depend on
one player. Smith's Tar Heel squads
have always relied on deep benches
not just to fill a void left by an injured
player but to spell people throughout
a game. Virgil has spent most of his
time this season on the bench; now
that he is starting, Virgil has shown
he's been ready to play his best ever.
Carolina fans should consider
themselves fortunate "Virg" is a
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PLAYER G MADE ATT PCT MADE ATT PCT REB A STLS PT8 AVE
Jimmy Black 14 20 42 47.6 20 32 62.5 8 49 17 60 4.3
Jim Braddock 16 14 34 41.2 6 6 100.0 2 7 0 34 2.1
Chris Brust 4 1 1 100.0 0 0 00.0 1 1 0 2 0.5
PeteBudko 16 22 37 59.5 4 14 28.6 44 10 1 48 3.0
Dave Colescott 15 52 97 53.6 29 42 69.0 16 34 21 133 8.9
Eric Kenny 13 2 5 40.0 3 6 50 0 5 3 2 7 0.5
Mike O'Koren 16 91 167 54.5 54 85 63.5 96 56 20 236 14.8
Mike Pepper 16 9 18 50.0 3 4 75.0 3 5 5 21 1.3
John Virgil 16 29 56 51.8 8 11 72.7 23 4 16 66 4.1
Jeff Wolf 15 19 44 43.2 2 6 33.3 36 16 5 40 2.7
AlWood 16 120 194 61.9 56 76 73.7 88 25 14 296 18.5
James Worthy 14 74 126 58.7 27 45 60.0 104 26 17 175 12.5
Rich Yonakor 16 44 80 55.0 23 . 33 69.7 68 23 T 111-6.9
UNC TOTALS 16 497 901 55.2 235 360 65.3 531 259 125 1229 76 8
OPP TOTALS 16 474 949 49 9 195 297 65.7 473 227 117 1143 71.4
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Tar Meel, Indians meet
tonight in Carmichaei
North Carolina takes a three-game
break from Atlantic Coast,
Conference action starting tonight
wrien the Tar Heels host the William
& Mary Indians at 7:30 in
The Indians have gone through an
up-and-down season, winning five of
their first six games but taking only
two of nine since then.
William & Mary (7-8) lost its most
recent game 60-5 1 to Old Dominion.
The Indians' victories include
decisions over West Virginia and
Richmond. William & Mary and the
Tar Heels have no common
The Indians are paced by 6-foot-4,
210-pound junior forward Scott
Whitley, who averages 12.9 points
per contest. Whitley is followed in
scoring by sophomore guard Billy
Barnes, who averages 12 points a
Although the Indians have seven
players 6-5 or more, 6-9 Kenny
Bowen, a sophomore, and 6-9
freshman Brant Weidner are the
tallest players on the team.
Tonight's game is the 16th meeting
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Mary's last win came in 1978 at
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Carolina leads the series 1 3-2 after an
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The Tar Heels (6-3, 1 2-4) are led in
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Maryland 6-1 14-3
Virginia 5-2 16-4
Carolina 6-3 12-4
Duke 4-3 16-3
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