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Chansky’s Notebook: Anniversary Ignored


The 1966-67 team was ’s sixth at North Carolina but his most important because it began the unparalleled dominance of the once-embattled young coach. That team – with , , , and in the starting lineup – won the ACC regular season and beat Duke for the third time in the ACC tournament final. (Chapelboro.com)

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