Old home day
Monday, January 02, 2012
Rice said he debated having 5-8 point guard Jesse Steele jump ball against Henson, with his 7-4 reach, to start the game. He did not decide for sure until he saw Lennie Rosenbluth in the stands to do it for sure. "I asked the guys in the locker room, and they said no,"Rice said. "Then when we went out there, and I saw Lennie Rosenbluth, I said 'We're doing it.' It just didn't work the way it worked in '57." (Tar Heel Illustrated)
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