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Born & Bred: The Quintessential Comeback


was in the wrong place. Today is the 50th anniversary of UNC's incredible eight points in 17 seconds comeback against Duke on March 2, 1974. It's a celebration of a perfectly orchestrated, completely improbable Tar Heel victory. It's a case study in 's late-game management. It includes one of the most famous shots in program history (GoHeels.com)

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Born & Bred: The Quintessential Comeback


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