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First Person: Record Player


No one is going to break Bob Lewis’s single-game Carolina scoring record. Lewis set his mark on Dec. 16, 1965, when he was a junior. He poured in 49 points against Florida State, part of a streak of five straight 30-point games that also remains the Tar Heel record. For Lewis, the output wasn’t especially notable. He’d just scored 43 against Richmond eight days earlier. (Tar Heel Monthly)


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