Video: Albert Long, UNC athletic great, passes away


, considered one of the greatest athletes in University of North Carolina history, passed away at age 88 on Wednesday. Long was the first ACC athlete to letter in four sports during his time in Chapel Hill, playing football, basketball, baseball, and participating in track & field. He also won UNC's distinguished Patterson Medal. (WRAL Sports Fan)

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