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

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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