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N.C. State fires Tom O’Brien: What it means for UNC

Monday, November 26, 2012

As much as Tom O’Brien’s teams tormented UNC over the years, Tar Heels fans should be sad to see him go. The reason is simple: After six seasons, it was clear that N.C. State was not likely to become a championship-level program under O’Brien. The Wolfpack during that span never played for an ACC championship, and finished just one season with a winning record in the conference. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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