Chansky’s Notebook: Broo-Huff-Man-ler?


joked at his preseason press conference when asked about freshmen , , and , “If you take the best part of each one and put them all together, you still don’t have a player.” That’s how far the Tar Heels’ inside game has to go, especially for a program that has led the nation in rebounding. (Chapelboro.com)

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