Top 40 UNC football and basketball players of all time: No. 38 - Art Weiner

After serving five years in the Marine Corps during World War II, entered North Carolina at age 20 and proceeded to build a career as a Tar Heel that led to him being one of five UNC football players to have their numbers retired. For Weiner, that was No. 50. Weiner's 52 receptions in 1949 was an NCAA single-season record at the time. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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Top 40 UNC football and basketball players of all time: No. 38 - Art Weiner

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