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Doug Moe gets his due


Doug Moe was a victim of a 1961 basketball betting scandal. During his senior year at North Carolina and after completing his four seasons of eligibility for the Tar Heels, the scandal broke and Chancellor William Aycock suspended him from school. Donnie Walsh, later an NBA executive with several teams, was Moe’s teammate at UNC. “We knew it was all totally B.S.” (Mile High Sports)

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