N. Carolina (13-9, 2-5) at Maryland (15-6, 5-2)
2 p.m., Fox Sports South
By noon Saturday, at least 17 inches of snow surrounded North Carolina's bus at the team hotel near College Park, Md., but today's game will go on. "I think it will be played ... the snow is supposed to stop tonight," said Karl Hicks, the ACC's associate commissioner of basketball operations. Starting small forward Will Graves, who sprained his right ankle Thursday, practiced Saturday but is questionable. The matchup is particularly key for the Tar Heels, who are in a huge hole in conference play if they want to return to the NCAA tournament.