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Charlie Scott: A little young white boy once told me "When I'm in the backyard, I'm Charlie Scott."


, who was the first African-American to play basketball at The University of North Carolina from 1967-70 and also earned two All-American and three All-ACC selections, joins The Sports Shop to reflect on his legendary UNC career and what the atmosphere was like in Chapel Hill when his coach, the late , named him to the team. (WRAL Sports Fan)

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