Thirty five years later, Len Bias’ masterpiece in the Dean Dome remains his valedictory statement


In the 35 years since Len Bias painted a Chapel Hill masterpiece, his name has become shorthand for so many things — drug tragedy, lost potential, the temporary fall of Maryland athletics. But on Feb. 20, 1986, he was just a basketball player, a magnificent one. “That Carolina game was a representation of him,” said former roommate, Jeff Baxter. (Baltimore Sun)

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Thirty five years later, Len Bias’ masterpiece in the Dean Dome remains his valedictory statement


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