100 in 100: Nash County’s Phil Ford, all-time Tar Heel


was a three-time consensus All-American who won the Wooden Award as the national Player of the Year in 1978. He led UNC to the national championship game in 1977. His 2,290 points were a UNC record until being surpassed by in 2008, and he was named one of the Atlantic Coast Conference's 50 greatest players of all time. (North State Journal)

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