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Dee Hardison News Archive

Services Set This Weekend for Dee Hardison
The UNC Lettermen's community is mourning the passing April 21 of Dee Hardison, a defensive tackle from the mid-1970s hailed as a remarkable athlete and...

Dee Hardison remembered by former Giants teammates
Dee Hardison, who spent more than four of his 11 NFL seasons with the New York Giants, passed away last Saturday in North Carolina of...

Passing of ‘gentle giant’ Dee Hardison
Described as a “gentle giant” by coaches who knew him, UNC standout Dee Hardison, who went on to a long career in the NFL, passed...

Former UNC football star Dee Hardison dies at 61
Phil Ragazzo first met Dee Hardison in 1973 at the annual East-West All-Star football game in Greensboro. Hardison was a 6-foot-4, 215-pound running back out...

Kareem Martin next in line?
Marcus Jones. Julius Peppers. Ryan Sims. Greg Ellis. Donnell Thompson. William Fuller. Dee Hardison. Kentwan Balmer. Robert Quinn. Quinton Coples. The list of great of...

A great career decision
Dee Hardison never considered his football talent anything special as a sophomore at Hobbton High School in the early 1970s. Hardison would spend 15 years...

Hardison enters N.C. Sports Hall of Fame
Former UNC All-American defensive tackle Dee Hardison received a tremendous honor this past week, as he entered the ranks of the North Carolina Sports Hall...

All in the (UNC) family
This has been a remarkable year for Pete Brennan, the 1958 Atlantic Coast Conference men's basketball player of the year. On Thursday, Brennan received an...


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