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Schramm: Around here, Tar Heels-Wolfpack rivalry is as intense as any


You see, when it comes to the rivalry between N.C. State and North Carolina, this restaurant - which is at least a 90-minute drive from either campus - may be ground zero. Opened in 1991 by a husband and wife whose N.C. State allegiances were tested when their daughter chose to go to college in Chapel Hill, it's a celebration of the fractured loyalties of this Robeson County town of just over 2,000 residents. (Fayetteville Observer)


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