Texas A&M hands UNC its first in-state NCAA tournament loss in 39 years

- No one is safe in this NCAA tournament, not the No. 1 overall seed, not the favorites and not even the defending national champions on their home turf.

No. 7 seed Texas A&M added another log to the bracket fire with a 86-65 drubbing of No. 2 seed North Carolina on Sunday afternoon in the second round.

The 2017 champs are going home, a little sooner than expected, and after their first loss in a tournament game played in this state since 1979.

"There's a hundred things I could say and yet there's not a lot to say," UNC coach Roy Williams said. "We got beat by a team that played better than we did."

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