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Charles Scott calls UNC system board's treatment of Folt 'petty'


Usually when I interview my second-favorite Tar Heel basketball player of all time, , he is soft-spoken, measured and thoughtful. When we spoke recently, he was just as measured and thoughtful as ever, but the passion in his voice seemed in danger of singeing the telephone line. "Passion," my eye: anger is what I heard in his voice. And disappointment. (WRAL.com)

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