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UNC Basketball Alum Jeff McInnis Becomes Assistant Coach At College of Charleston


According to a report from The Field of 68's Jeff Goodman on Sunday afternoon, former three-year North Carolina Tar Heels basketball playmaker is heading to College of Charleston to serve as an assistant under the Cougars' new leader in recent four-year Louisville head coach Chris Mack. McInnis founded the Team Charlotte AAU organization. (All Tar Heels)

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UNC Basketball Alum Jeff McInnis Becomes Assistant Coach At College of Charleston


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