Chansky’s Notebook: Chapel Hill Was Still


The big one in the Big Easy was pretty hard. The 1982 Tar Heels were No. 1 in the country for all but five weeks of the season, but that doesn’t mean anything unless you won the games you had to win. Over that season, Carolina – with , , , , and – survived some very tough encounters. (Chapelboro.com)

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