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UNC Basketball: Rebounding History by the Numbers


We continue diving deeply into UNC’s basketball history, with today focusing on the Tar Heels’ rebounding statistics through the years: 10 or more rebounds in 15 straight games: , 2010-11. 15 or more/5 consecutive games: (16 vs. Baylor, 15 vs. UCLA, 22 vs. Saint Peter’s, 21 vs. Duke, 15 vs. Kansas, 2022 NCAA Tournament). (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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UNC Basketball: Rebounding History by the Numbers


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