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Natrone Means Discusses His Return To UNC, Job Duties, 40-Year Decision & More


was one of the most important players to play for during his first stint as UNC's coach, so what does Means think of working with his former coach? "I’m very excited, ecstatic, all those big words you can think of to describe joy is what I’m feeling now. To be back on the Hill and involved in this program means so much to me." (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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Natrone Means Discusses His Return To UNC, Job Duties, 40-Year Decision & More


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