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Pete Brennan, Tar Heel Legend, Dies At 75


Tar Heel basketball legend , the 1958 ACC Player of the Year and a pivotal member of the 1957 NCAA championship, passed away on Friday afternoon. He was 75. Brennan was recently diagnosed with prostate cancer; his condition took a turn for the worse earlier this week. He passed away in Durham, at Brian Center Health and Rehabilitation. (Chapelboro.com)

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