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With Sylvia Hatchell out, what's next for North Carolina?


People will evaluate what happened with very differently. Some might see it as players and staff standing up to abuses from a coach. Others might see it as millennials and their parents leading the charge against a coach for being tough on them. There are always gray areas, but there's no doubt that coaches must adjust to the times in which they are working. (ESPN.com)

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