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Hor d’oeuvres offer bite


Bottom line, this is a basketball school, and it does not really matter what opposing coach or ranked football team is coming to town. “I knew as a student-athlete there that we were the hor d’oeuvres before the main course,” says Eric Hyman, USC’s athletics director who played on back-to-back Atlantic Coast Conference championship football teams at UNC in 1971 and 1972. (The State)


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