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Tar Heels gear up for college level's ultimate experience


Regardless of the result, the College World Series will leave a lasting impression on the North Carolina baseball team. The Tar Heels have proof of that. “For about three months, I would wake up in the middle of the night and just think about it,” second baseman Garrett Gore said, referring to the disappointment that engulfed the 2006 team when it came up one victory short of the national championship. North Carolina is returning to Omaha for what many team members considered unfinished business. (Burlington Times News)


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