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'The British Tar Heel' travels 4,000 miles to see first UNC game in person


Online he’s known as the British Tar Heel, and he’s been embraced by Carolina fans despite the time difference in England. This week, George Harmer made his way to North Carolina to see the Tar Heels play for the first time in person. "I'm 4,000 miles away. But these guys and the fans have made me feel like I'm a part of the Carolina family,” he said. (WRAL Sports Fan)

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'The British Tar Heel' travels 4,000 miles to see first UNC game in person


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