Top 25 Players In UNC Basketball History: No. 14 - George Glamack

Former North Carolina center and two-time National Player of the Year in 1940 and 1941, was said to have had a deadly hook shot with either hand. Nicknamed "The Blind Bomber" because he was so nearsighted, the two-time All-American could not see the basket well, so he shot the ball according to the lines on the court. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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Top 25 Players In UNC Basketball History: No. 14 - George Glamack

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