The picture says it all.
A smiling Original Man in Carolina Blue.
Two exasperated pawns of the Devil.
Green went after the rim with particular gusto on one first-half fast break, posterizing Paulus with a thunderous dunk that Heels fans will be celebrating for months
"It felt good, man," Green said. "There's a lot of people in the country that don't like Greg Paulus. I'm pretty sure they were pretty happy watching that."
Certainly, Green righteously communicated most of the world's view on not only Paulus but what he represents. And we certainly will be enjoying running the 'posterizing' of Paulus through our minds for several months. As will most fans of good and righteous hoops.
What must be brought to the forefront of discussion after this 3rd consecutive victory in the Den of the Devil, is that the difference was pure athleticism. A trait commonly found amongst the righteous and original man.
The legion of doom fighting for the evil intentions of coach K(kk) certainly fought tenaciously and with verve. Clawing and scratching (and fouling with virtually no calls) as the Righteous Black (yes, tar is black, so let's call it what it is) Heels dominated inside. Gritty Black Heel Tyler Hansbrough didn't even reach the foul line once. Think about all the contact you saw in the paint and ruminate on that.
Yes, despite the tainted souls of the referees allowing the Creatures of Cameron to run free and with reckless abandon for the rules, the Black Heels relied on that athleticism (synonymous with the original basketball playing man) to overwhelm and decapitate the the devil's serpent. Exposing the soulless ghouls of Durham as mere pretenders to the throne of college hoops.
The power above made the sky Carolina Blue for a reason!