My crazy Irish adventure: A kid watching UNC vs. no average Joe with legends


Because of pandemic restrictions, it will be harder for me to get into the Kenan Stadium press box Friday when No. 2 Notre Dame visits Chapel Hill than when the Irish played UNC in 1975. As a kid, I found a way to sneak into the stadium early and slip into the press box for the Notre Dame game. That happened 45 years ago, and it wasn’t even the plan. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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My crazy Irish adventure: A kid watching UNC vs. no average Joe with legends


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