N.C. Central coach LeVelle Moton, shown during the Nov. 14 game against North Carolina in Chapel Hill, acknowledges that the team’s only route to the NCAA tournament is by capturing the MEAC tournament this week and clinch an automatic berth. “It may not mean as much to ACC teams because they get six or seven bids,” Moton said. “… To us it means the world because we get one. Whoever is that dog that grabs the bone on Saturday that’s the guy that goes.”
N.C. Central coach LeVelle Moton, shown during the Nov. 14 game against North Carolina in Chapel Hill, acknowledges that the team’s only route to the NCAA tournament is by capturing the MEAC tournament this week and clinch an automatic berth. “It may not mean as much to ACC teams because they get six or seven bids,” Moton said. “… To us it means the world because we get one. Whoever is that dog that grabs the bone on Saturday that’s the guy that goes.” Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
N.C. Central coach LeVelle Moton, shown during the Nov. 14 game against North Carolina in Chapel Hill, acknowledges that the team’s only route to the NCAA tournament is by capturing the MEAC tournament this week and clinch an automatic berth. “It may not mean as much to ACC teams because they get six or seven bids,” Moton said. “… To us it means the world because we get one. Whoever is that dog that grabs the bone on Saturday that’s the guy that goes.” Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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