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Audio: Lennie Rosenbluth Remembers Danny Lotz
Lennie Rosenbluth was a teammate of Lotz on the ’57 championship team. He tells WCHL’s Blake Hodge that he had just recently spoken with Lotz...

Lucas: Lotz Played Role On Legendary Team
Danny Lotz, who died Wednesday at the age of 78, loved to joke about his role on the 1957 Carolina national championship team. At 6-foot-7,...

Ranking college basketball's history of 30-0 teams
7. 1956-57 North Carolina Tar Heels. Went 32-0 and won the NCAA title. Maybe the most overlooked dominant team in the history of the sport...

UNC's NBA Draft Facts & Figures
North Carolina has long been an NBA Draft powerhouse, boasting the most draftees and first-round picks in ACC history by a wide margin. From Lennie...

Coming Home: Lennie Rosenbluth’s return to Chapel Hill
Lennie Rosenbluth is not the type to be holed up in his house, even at 80, and he enjoys talking hoops. He goes to every...

Roy Williams looking for bittersweet win vs. departing Terps
UNC and Maryland have played every year since 1945 and are averaging at least two meetings a year since the series began in 1924. But...

ACC in the ’70s: Properly introduced to America
As fondly as the early days of Dickie Hemric, Lennie Rosenbluth, Len Chappell, Art Heyman and Larry Miller are remembered, ACC basketball really wasn’t all...

Video: Lennie Rosenbluth Returns to Municipal Auditorium
Walk along with Lennie Rosenbluth as he returns to Municipal Auditorium, the site of North Carolina's 1957 NCAA Championship victory...

Lucas: Living History
Lennie Rosenbluth has been relatively quiet for most of the trip. But now, as he sees the sign, he grins. This really is it. Almost...

Recalling Incalculable Joy
For most dedicated Tar Heel fans, thoughts of the 1957 season are never very far from our minds. Easy to recall this week with the...

Pete Brennan's shot in '57 Final Four will live on for ages
There’s a case to be argued that Pete Brennan made the most important shot in ACC basketball history. The former UNC star died from cancer...

Lennie Rosenbluth Remembers
When Lennie Rosenbluth first came to North Carolina in 1953, he couldn’t give away the complimentary basketball tickets he received — his friends would go...

Tyler Zeller is building a special place in Tar Heels fans’ heart
There’s a secret chamber inside the hearts of UNC fans that few players get to reside in – perpetual appreciation. Tyler Hansbrough has a condo...

David Glenn Chats With Lennie Rosenbluth, Feb. 8
David Glenn recently caught up with former UNC basketball star Lennie Rosenbluth. Among the topics they discussed: what Rosenbluth remembers from playing against Wilt Chamberlain...

Live Video Halftime Show Tuesday With Lennie Rosenbluth
TarHeelBlue.com Halftime Live returns on Tuesday night during the Miami game, providing complete Carolina-centric stats and analysis during halftime of the UNC-Miami game. The player...

Roy Williams Radio Show Quotes, January 3
What is it that makes the Carolina basketball family so strong? “It’s hard to pinpoint it. First you have to say, [coach] Frank McGuire, bringing...

Old home day
Rice said he debated having 5-8 point guard Jesse Steele jump ball against Henson, with his 7-4 reach, to start the game. He did not...

Beyond the blowout: Interesting scene unfolds in Rice's return to UNC
The idea had been shot down in the locker room minutes before, but when King Rice returned to the Smith Center floor and noticed Lennie...

Catching Up With: Lennie Rosenbluth
When Tar Heels legend Lennie Rosenbluth isn’t whispering it to his wife in the Smith Center stands, he’s usually muttering it under his breath. “I’m...

UNC Basketball Numbers to Note
16 – Consecutive games during which UNC’s Harrison Barnes has scored 10 or more points (he’s scored 20 or more in six of those). 4...

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