UNC’s Thomas Jackson, middle, and Austin Proehl, right, get into a scuffle with Cal’s Camryn Bynum, left, and Traveon Beck, second from left, near the end of the fourth quarter on Sept. 2.
UNC’s Thomas Jackson, middle, and Austin Proehl, right, get into a scuffle with Cal’s Camryn Bynum, left, and Traveon Beck, second from left, near the end of the fourth quarter on Sept. 2. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
UNC’s Thomas Jackson, middle, and Austin Proehl, right, get into a scuffle with Cal’s Camryn Bynum, left, and Traveon Beck, second from left, near the end of the fourth quarter on Sept. 2. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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