North Carolina was rolling coming into its PK80 matchup against Michigan State, but the Tar Heels sputtered on Sunday night, falling by a score of 63-45.
Theo Pinson led the way for North Carolina with 16 points, but nobody else was able to get much going. Joel Berry and Luke Maye combined to shoot 5-for-24. As a team, the Tar Heels shot 25 percent from the floor. That was the lowest mark in program history.
Joshua Langford paced the Spartans with 23 points. The loss drops North Carolina to 5-1 on the season. Its next game is at home against Michigan on Wednesday.
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