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Eric Montross Among 6 Inductees into NC Media and Journalism Hall of Fame


North Carolina men's basketball legend and former radio commentator is among six inductees into the North Carolina Media and Journalism Hall of Fame. Montross won the 1993 NCAA title with UNC before working radio broadcasts on the Tar Heel Sports Network for more than 18 years. He passed away in December after a battle with cancer. (Chapelboro.com)

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Eric Montross Among 6 Inductees into NC Media and Journalism Hall of Fame


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