Dismal Day for Carolina in 1950 Cotton Bowl
Fri Dec 26, 2014
When UNC Head Football Coach Carl Snavely
arrived at his 215 Woollen Gym office on Wednesday, November 23, 1949, a New Year’s bowl game was not on his radar. After all, Carolina had lost 3 games during the season and two of those losses were decisive: Notre Dame 42 to 6 in Yankee Stadium and Tennessee 35 to 6 in Kenan Stadium. Coach was concentrating on the upcoming game with Virginia three days away. Then, the phone rang and everything changed.
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