Tracking a legend: The story behind “Larry Miller Time” is personal and completely unexpected


In the late 1960s, captivated college basketball fans nationally and elevated college basketball locally. He approachable and confident, yet blue-collar. He attracted the interest of , who was off to a less-than-captivating start as head coach at UNC. Miller was Smith’s first big catch and a springboard for Tar Heel basketball’s popularity. (The News of Orange County)

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