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How UNC got their coaches: weird stories from the early days of college sports


UNC's first football coach, , was a star player at Princeton, who came down and coached the Carolina team DURING his playing career. The first ever basketball coach, , was an track and field Olympian who helmed that program at the school. He only took on the basketball gig because the school didn’t want to hire another person. (Tar Heel Blog)

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