The difference in the game that UNC led 38-29 at the half, though, has not been Lawson. It's been UNC's ability to score in the paint and dictate the pace, and their relentless pursuit of every loose ball. The Tar Heels have picked the ball off five times, and LSU has eight turnovers. The shots just aren't falling for the Tigers, who shot 40 percent in the first half (12-of-30). Guard Marcus Thornton is 3-of-9 from the field for seven points, and Tasmin Mitchell is the lone scorer in double figures with 10. If LSU is going to stay within 10, they're going to have to do exactly what coach Trent Johnson had planned: "Run like hell."