Dean Dome Energy New For Most Tar Heels, And They Loved It

Given what the Tar Heels experienced in their cavernous home arena last season, in which fans were only allowed in for the final two home games and at 15 percent capacity (3,263), the near-filled Smith Center was busting at the seams Wednesday against Michigan. It wasn’t lost on the players, either. At times, they appeared to play to the crowd. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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Dean Dome Energy New For Most Tar Heels, And They Loved It

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