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Triangle Timehop: Today in local college basketball history


March 16, 1957: North Carolina knocked off Syracuse 67-58 to get to the Final Four, where the 1957 Tar Heels would finish off an unbeaten season and win the program's first (or second, depending on who you ask) national title. was the hero, as he often was, with 23 points, but point guard wasn't far behind with 22. (WRAL Sports Fan)

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