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Photograph by Bob Rosato
TOBACCO ROAD BLOCK Duke guard Lindsey Harding (10) was denied by North Carolina center LaToya Pringle on this shot, but Harding's 16 points helped the top-ranked Blue Devils hold off the No. 2 Tar Heels 64--53 in a battle of unbeatens last Thursday. A sellout crowd of 8,010 at Carmichael Auditorium in Chapel Hill saw Duke, at week's end the last Division I team without a loss, improve to 25--0 and snap a streak of five losses to its archrival. They meet again on Feb. 25 in Durham.