Young Bulldogs ready for Tar Heels


Asheville coach Eddie Biedenbach said games against historically big-time programs like North Carolina, Tennessee and Duke can show his players what they need to do in their time at Asheville to prepare themselves for a potential professional career. “These games are really good for exposure and really good for players to understand that there's a difference in programs and what they have to do to be as good as those guys,” Biedenbach said. (Asheville Citizen-Times)

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