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Carolina Basketball

"I will be back here next year," McCants said after being named the team MVP, and earning a standing ovation. "I thought about testing the waters, but I feel that my goals coming out of high school were to have my name in the rafters, in the front line [of retired jerseys], and I'm going to complete that goal.
May, McCants, Felton staying
Raleigh News & Observer

"Everyone knows they have a lot of things they need to work on," said May, who fell five rebounds shy of averaging a double-double. "We all have our goals. We all want to be in St. Louis, and we want to win."
Felton, McCants staying at UNC
Durham Herald-Sun

"There was talk about me coming out (for the NBA) straight out of high school," Felton said. "I'm living a dream right now. I always wanted to come to Carolina. I probably could have left straight out of high school, but at the same time I wanted to live my dreams.
Tar Heels will have all starters returning
Winston-Salem Journal

"I'm looking at it pretty seriously," Smith said when reached at his home Monday night. "I want to be a lottery pick. But if I'm not, I'm going to college."
UNC recruits mulling NBA options
Greensboro N&R

Consider: Only 10 senior starters are departing, and only one of those – Florida State's Tim Pickett – led his team in scoring, while only four others averaged at least 10 points per game.
ACC hoops poised for big season in 2004-05
Wilmington Star-News

Carolina Football

The ACC has effectively approved a new football television contract with ABC and ESPN that will mean more games for fans to watch and a considerable revenue jump for the expanding league's membership.
ACC will get richer TV deal for football
Greensboro N&R

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