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TAKING A TRIP DOWN TOBACCO ROAD North Carolina Basketball Isn't a Game, It's a State of Mind
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Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Fellenzer, Jeff
Date: Mar 21, 1989
Start Page: 1
Section: Sports; 3; Sports Desk
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The area is also home of three of the most famous corporations in college basketball-North Carolina State in Raleigh, Duke in Durham and North Carolina in Chapel Hill.

Behind silky-smooth freshman forward Bryant Stith, unheralded Virginia comes back and then hangs on for one of those ACC rarities, an upset victory on the road, 76-75. Not even mighty North Carolina nor powerful Duke had won this season at Reynolds Coliseum.

It's also where the fans have a style all their own.; At Chapel Hill, they thought so highly of [Dean Smith], they named the new arena after him. / Associated Press; There are reports that Coach [Jim Valvano] may leave North Carolina State for the Clippers.; Not only is Duke Coach [Mike Krzyzewski] intense, so are the fans at Cameron Indoor Stadium. / United Press International; MAP: Chapel Hill, Durham and Raleigh form North Carolina's hotbed of basketball.

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