If there is anything we have learned about North Carolina basketball under the leadership of head coach Roy Williams, it's that the program can rarely be counted out.
Sure, there was the 2009-10 season when UNC lost the NIT championship to Dayton. But Ol' Roy has still produced six ACC regular-season titles, two ACC tournament titles, six Elite Eight appearances and two national titles.
Even without a title, this could still prove to be his best campaign yet.
Whether we agree with his strategies this season or not, the fact remains that this team is winning when it matters the most. The final stretch of the season is where Roy truly proves his worth.
The Tar Heels are playing their best ball of the season now, and it all has to do with going small and inserting P.J. Hairston into the starting lineup.
But we only have a small sample of what this new lineup is capable of doing, as the change was just implemented four games ago. As good as North Carolina has looked since the move, going small still has its drawbacks.
The starters must continue to prove they belong on the floor. The following five questions will need positive answers if they plan to compete in the ACC tournament.