The curious case of "Mighty Wolfpack" and "Tar Heel Fever" novelty records

North Carolina's version was titled "Tar Heel Fever". Duke was included in the series with "Blue Devil Country". Each of the albums shared similar country and folk jams about how it was awesome to be a fan of the team and why their coaches were the best. "Thank God I'm A Tar Heel" sung in the style of "Thank God I'm A Country Boy" kinda slaps. (WRAL Sports Fan)


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