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How Scott Forbes remade himself, made UNC baseball his own and led Tar Heels to Omaha


The relationship that forever changed the trajectory of North Carolina Baseball, one that fueled the Tar Heels’ rise to a near annual contender to reach Omaha and the College World Series, began inauspiciously enough. It began with a father imploring a coach to help his son. The coach was of Division III Wesleyan. The son was . (AOL.com)

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How Scott Forbes remade himself, made UNC baseball his own and led Tar Heels to Omaha


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