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Friend, colleagues remember Bob Harris, the ‘Voice of the Duke Blue Devils’


Bob Harris, the longtime “Voice of the Duke Blue Devils,” died at age 81 on Wednesday. Harris served 41 years as the radio play-by-play broadcaster for football and men’s basketball before retiring in 2017, Duke said. Harris and the late UNC broadcaster , who also grew up in Albemarle, were two members of the Stanly County Hall of Fame. (Stanly News & Press)

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Friend, colleagues remember Bob Harris, the ‘Voice of the Duke Blue Devils’


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