Remembering UNC legend Lennie Rosenbluth

A Tar Heel from 1954-57, was the star of the 1957 national championship team, averaging 28 points per game as he led UNC to an undefeated 32-0 record. His performances in the Final Four that season are the stuff of North Carolina lore, and have to go down as some of the greatest and most important in program history. (Tar Heel Blog)

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