Lennie Rosenbluth & Pete Brennan: Last Loss In 1956 Motivated Us
Posted Jan 27, 2012
The beginning of our run for the NCAA Championship in 1957 began when we lost to Wake Forest in the ACC Tournament semifinals the year before in Raleigh. We were embarrassed by the loss and the four returning starters vowed to do much better the next season, even though we had tied for first place with N.C. State in the league standings.
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