Preview the February issue!

The February issue of the <i>Inside Carolina</i> magazine will be shipped out next week to subscribers and newsstands! If you're not already a subscriber to our 48-page glossy monthly magazine, there are only two days left to order and receive this issue! Take a peek at some of the issue's features ...

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Here's a preview at some of the features in this month's issue ...

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There are many different ways to lead. For junior Jawad Williams, rare but pointed words behind closed doors and an improved all-around game have fit the Tar Heels' needs perfectly.
By Mark Simpson-Vos
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
What stands between the Tar Heels and a successful season? An ACC that is proving to be as strong as it's been in years. Survive perhaps the toughest conference in the country and the postseason awaits.
By Andy Britt
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
They are two of the most prolific programs in college basketball history, but a closer look at North Carolina and Kentucky reveals strikingly different approaches that have led to the same winning result.
By Thad Williamson
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
Difficult challenges await the new North Carolina defensive coaches, but with a base of maturing talent, improvement is an attainable goal.
By Buck Sanders
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
IC asks the tough questions in an exclusive one-on-one with the North Carolina athletic director.
By J.B. Cissell
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
Jason Stanicek etched his name into the Carolina record books by making wise choices on the football field and running option offense with precision. Now he assists in the development of a new retirement business, and his knack for timing and decision-making remains impeccable.
By Jack Morton
(PHOTO: Getty Images)
It's February, 1979 -- Chapel Hill is relishing a rare snowfall and Dean Smith's Tar Heels are overcoming a lack of star power by embodying the team concept.
By Scott Cline
(PHOTO: Daily Tar Heel)
Former ACC track champion Blake Russell recently discovered her talent for marathons and is now poised for the Olympic Trials this spring.
By Greogry Barnes
(PHOTO: Twin Cities)
And many more articles and features not mentioned above ...

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