Phil Ford with 2,290 career points. Tyler Hansbrough has 2,168 career points and stated that he would come back for his senior year. He surely will break Ford's record early in the 2008-09 season.
The Tar Heels! Go Heels!
The University of North Carolina Tar Heels have not won any national titles in football.
Assuming you meant the Tar heel state, it would be North Carolina. It's inhabitants are known as Tar heels and the University of North Carolina named its mascot the Tar heels.North Carolina
The University of North Carolina are the Tar Heels. The mascot is a Dorset Ram.
University of North Carolina Tar Heels.
North Carolina Tar Heels football was created in 1888.
North Carolina Tar Heels men's lacrosse was created in 1949.
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UNC Tar Heels (a.k.a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
University of North Carolina Tar Heels have
Carolina blue and white
Michael Jordan was coached by Dean Smith while playing for the University of North Carolina Tar Heels.
North Carolina solders stood fast in a battle when the solders from other states ran away. After the battle, the North Carolina solders told them "You need to put some tar on your heels." After that, the other solders called the North Carolina solders, "Tar Heels."
The North Carolina Tar Heels team colors are blue and white, and the North Carolina Cardinals colors are red and black.
Hardwood Heavens - 2006 North Carolina Tar Heels was released on: USA: 21 March 2013
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He likes the University of North Carolina Tar Heels. He has been a "tar heel for life" he says.
Hakeem Nicks played college football with the Tar Heels at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The University of North Carolina Tar Heels beat the Georgetown Hoyas in the 1982 NCAA Championship on Michael Jordan's buzzer-beating 3-pointer
North Carolina Tar Heels.
North Carolina tar heels
North Carolina is the state called the Tar Heels. It is a nickname that goes all the way back to the Civil War period from around 1865. Later, the University of North Carolina's daily newspaper was named The Tar Heels.
The North Carolina Tar Heels.
North Carolina Tar Heels in 1957