Preview The March Issue Of The IC Mag!

The staff is putting the finishing touches on the March issue of the <i>Inside Carolina</i> magazine this week and it will be shipped out later this month to subscribers and newsstands! Not a subscriber yet? Check out what you're missing ...

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

George Lynch, the consummate veteran leader, recalls the magical run of 1993 and passes on the lessons of focus and determination to this year's Tar Heels.
By Jack Morton
(PHOTO: Getty Images)
The Tar Heels' trip through the NCAA Tournament in 1982 was a showcase of talent and resolve, as the Tar Heels sought and captured a first national championship for their beloved coach. It was indeed a March to forever remember.
By Scott Cline
(PHOTO: Hugh Morton)
It was the first national championship, and while the sport was still in its early years, North Carolina's team was ahead of its time and helped revolutionize the game.
By Jim Sumner
(PHOTO: UNC Athletic Communications)
What is the formula for avoiding a premature exit at the NCAA Tournament? A closer look at recent postseason upset defeats for North Carolina and Kansas reveals an imperfect science.
By Thad Williamson
(PHOTO: Getty Images)
Spring football offers the opportunity to answer some important questions about the identity and potential of the 2005 North Carolina football team. How the team answers those questions will provide clues about its prospects against one of the toughest slates in college football next fall.
By Buck Sanders
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
David Noel is flourishing in an expanded role, making an impact off the bench and adding one more weapon to the Tar Heels' potent arsenal.
By Mark Simpson-Vos
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
IC sits down for a one-on-one with the recruiting coordinator and defensive ends coach.

"Next season ... we'll be on a lot of kids' [early] radar screen because the program is headed in the right direction."
By J.B. Cissell
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
In-depth profiles of every single member of North Carolina's football recruiting class, including extensive quotes and expert analysis.
By IC Football Recruiting Staff
(PHOTO: Eddie Hunter)
And much more not mentioned above ...

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March Issue Cover
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