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2020-21 UNC Basketball Storylines: Limited Fans Amid COVID-19 Season


This will be a college basketball season unlike any other. There will be few if any fans in almost every arena, coaches will be wearing masks, and travel parties will be reduced. North Carolina will play seven non-conference games, but a full ACC slate that starts in December. So how will playing a season during a global pandemic impact the play on the court? (Inside Carolina)

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2020-21 UNC Basketball Storylines: Limited Fans Amid COVID-19 Season


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