Record: 32-4 Seed: 1.

Location: Chapel Hill, N.C. Conference: Atlantic Coast. Bid: At-large.

NCAA Tournament Record: 100-39 (4 Titles, 18 Final Fours).

Head Coach: Roy Williams.

School: 174-37 (6 years). Overall: 592-138 (21 years).

Probable StartersPos.Hgt.Yr.Pts.Reb.Ast.FG%FT%

Ty LawsonG5-11Jr.

Wayne EllingtonG6-4Jr.

Danny GreenF-G6-6Sr.

Deon ThompsonF6-8Jr.

Tyler HansbroughF6-9Sr.

Other Key Players

Ed DavisF6-10Fr.

Bobby FrasorG6-3Sr.

Larry DrewG6-1Fr.

About the Tar Heels: The No. 1 seed in the South, UNC rolled into its 18th Final Four with a 72-60 victory over second-seeded Oklahoma that was not that close. Through four games, UNC is averaging a 22.5-point margin of victory. Of course, that is a little skewed by a 43-point win in the opening round over Radford . . . The Tar Heels were favored to win last year, came close and have just about everyone back . . . Love him or not, Hansbrough is one of the top talents, and competitors, around . . . Ellington, of course, is from Episcopal Academy. He can hurt you the most from the arc (40.2 percent), as can Lawson (48.5 percent on half as many attempts) . . . Green (65 steals, 47 blocks) might be one of the more underappreciated parts of this equation . . . Lawson is the glue. And the absolute catalyst. He has been struggling with a toe injury . . . This group doesn't seem overly interested in playing defense, which could be a problem in those instances when the offense isn't necessarily revving. Carolina is averaging 90.5 points per game . . . Williams used to be the guy who couldn't win the truly big one. Most folks don't mention that quite so much these days after he did so in 2005.