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Chansky’s Notebook: Anniversary Ignored
The 1966-67 team was Dean Smith’s sixth at North Carolina but his most important because it began the unparalleled dominance of the once-embattled young coach...

The Primary Break: UNC-Louisville Quick Takes
With his 14-point, 10-rebound double-double, Kennedy Meeks passed Rusty Clark on both the all-time scoring and rebounding lists. He moved into the top 10 in...

The Primary Break: UNC-Pitt Quick Takes
With 20 points, Justin Jackson moved past Pete Brennan and Rusty Clark into 39th place in UNC history with 1,344. Danny Green’s 38th with 1,368...

One of Dean Smith's top recruiting classes will gather to honor coach
Five lifelong friends and their wives will meet in UNC’s Alumni Center for lunch on Wednesday. They could think of no better way to honor...

UNC's Franklin 'Rusty' Clark enjoys ACC Legend status
Franklin "Rusty" Clark said he used to go to the ACC tournament often when his kids were growing up. Recently, however, his appearances haven't been...

Video: Rusty Clark - ACC Basketball Legend
One of the best rebounders in Carolina basketball history, Dr. Franklin "Rusty" Clark is the 2015 Tar Heel representative as an ACC Legend...

Rusty Clark Named ACC Basketball Legend
Thirteen former standout players and a pair of record-setting coaches headline this year’s class of ACC Basketball Legends. Franklin "Rusty" Clark will represent the...

Rusty Clark to introduce Joe Brown at Burke Sports HOF induction
Former UNC basketball standout Franklin “Rusty” Clark will introduce his ex-teammate, Valdese native Joe Brown, when Brown is inducted into the Burke County Sports Hall...

Carolina’s Greatest Players of the ACC Era: 70-61
As a sophomore, Dedmon was the top frontcourt reserve on Carolina ‘s’69 Final Four team (backing up seniors Rusty Clark and Bill Bunting). While Charlie...


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