To Watch The Film Or Not?


North Carolina basketball coach wants his team to see the good and the bad of everything. No film shall go wasted in his world, even the 99-54 demolition the Tar Heels put on a Louisville team that ventured into the Smith Center this past Saturday after not having played in 19 days and practicing just a handful of times in that span. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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To Watch The Film Or Not?


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