North Carolina’s Isaiah Hicks shoots over Butler’s Andrew Chrabascz during the NCAA Tournament game against Butler on Fridayin Memphis, which was blacked out for AT&T U-verse customers in Charlotte.
North Carolina’s Isaiah Hicks shoots over Butler’s Andrew Chrabascz during the NCAA Tournament game against Butler on Fridayin Memphis, which was blacked out for AT&T U-verse customers in Charlotte. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
North Carolina’s Isaiah Hicks shoots over Butler’s Andrew Chrabascz during the NCAA Tournament game against Butler on Fridayin Memphis, which was blacked out for AT&T U-verse customers in Charlotte. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
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