Iron Five Or Deep Bench, Hubert Davis Says It's Up To The Players

The "Iron Five" quickly became a thing in Tar Heel lore a few months ago during UNC's run to the national championship game. But that wasn’t by design. A question that bounced around in the media since the Tar Heels fell to Kansas in the national title game on April 3 was if North Carolina coach would use more of his bench next season. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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Iron Five Or Deep Bench, Hubert Davis Says It's Up To The Players

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