Tar Heels offense: From a cloud of dust to the fast break
Posted Nov 19, 2015
Imagine the culture shock if you were a Tar Heels fan who had not seen a game since the days of Bill Dooley, Dick Crum, and Mack Brown, and you checked out the 2015 Tar Heels. That's a far cry from Dooley’s cloud of dust. The 2015 season is already historic in that it marks the first season since the days of Charlie Justice and Art Weiner that a UNC team has played nine games without a loss.
(WRAL Sports Fan)
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