Who belongs on UNC’s version of Mount Rushmore?


With the recent passing of football great Mike Voigt and basketball star , a member of UNC’s undefeated 1957 national championship team, I began thinking about which all-time legends would be included on Tar Heels’ version of the world’s most famous monument. It didn’t take long to realize that at least four of the choices are no-brainers. (Wilmington Star News)

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