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The Story Behind “Go Heels Go America!”


From Tar Heel fans and Carolina alumni serving overseas, patriotic celebrations at sporting events in Chapel Hill, t-shirts in the student stores and sorority cocktails, “Go Heels Go America” is a phrase that has gained tremendous popularity within the Tar Heel community. If you were in Chapel Hill for the Homecoming festivities over the weekend, it was everywhere. But where did it come from? (Thrown Away To Worthy)

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