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With Likely Departure Of Allisha Gray, Tar Heels' Program Reeling


North Carolina has been among Division I's most successful women's basketball programs for nearly the last quarter-century under coach . But the Tar Heels are in the midst of a crisis that may have long-lasting consequences. The news Tuesday that junior-to-be guard , the team's leading scorer this past season, has been granted a release to transfer is the latest blow to the program. (ESPN.com)

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