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It's 1957 all over again at North Carolina


North Carolina opened up the 2009-2010 basketball season in style by beating Isiah Thomas and Florida International University 88-72. In the style of the 1957 Tar Heels, that is.
As part of celebrating 100 years of Tar Heel basketball, North Carolina donned uniforms commemorating national championship teams of the past. They started out with honoring the 1957 championship team, which featured shorts with a red waistband and red trim on the neckline.
The problem with the unis is the red waistband made it looked like the Heels' collective boxers were showing. Oh the other hand, the reminded me of Ferro Lad of the Legion of Super-Heroes



I wonder if this makes Duke the Sun Eater? The Dookies probably hope so.

(via Rivals.com)


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North Carolina opened up the 2009-2010 basketball season in style by beating Isiah Thomas and Florida International University 88-72. In the style of the 1957 Tar Heels, that is.
As part of celebrating 100 years of Tar Heel basketball, North Carolina donned uniforms commemorating national championship teams of the past. They started out with honoring the 1957 championship team, which featured shorts with a red waistband and red trim on the neckline.
The problem with the unis is the red waistband made it looked like the Heels' collective boxers were showing. Oh the other hand, the reminded me of Ferro Lad of the Legion of Super-Heroes



I wonder if this makes Duke the Sun Eater? The Dookies probably hope so.

(via Rivals.com)



Posted originally: 2009-11-10 09:18:00
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