Preview The January Issue Of The IC Mag!

You won't want to miss the January issue of the Inside Carolina Magazine -- the cover story is a behind-the-scenes look at the impact Roy Williams has had on the program, and there is a large section dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Smith Center, including an exclusive interview with Dean Smith! It ships out in a couple weeks to subscribers and newsstands. Not a subscriber yet? Check out what you're missing ...

If you're not a subscriber, it's too late to sign up and begin your subscription with this issue (though you can get it on newsstands), but make sure you don't miss another one!

There are two ways to order ...

1) THE BEST VALUE. Combines the web site subscription with the magazine at a significantly reduced price. Current web site subscribers can upgrade to this package. For more info on this special offer, CLICK HERE

2) MAGAZINE ONLY. For magazine-only subscription purchases, CLICK HERE or call 888-501-5752 (note: you will save $5 by ordering online).

Note: All new magazine subscribers (who sign up or upgrade) will receive a copy of IC's 2005 Championship Commemorative Issue for free!

If you'd like to learn more about the Inside Carolina Magazine, now in its 12th season of production, CLICK HERE to read some sample feature stories and get more info on the only glossy magazine covering the Tar Heels!

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


AT HIS COMMAND
In what is only Roy Williams' third full season at UNC, it's tough to believe people once wondered whether he'd ever put Kansas behind him and really feel at home. Now the Tar Heel leader has put his stamp on every aspect of his program, building a foundation for a future that couldn't look brighter
By Mark Simpson-Vos
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
Q&A WITH ROY WILLIAMS
Talking with the head coach of the Tar Heels
By Rocky Rivero
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
DEAN'S DOME
You can't devote an issue of the magazine to the Smith Center without hearing from the building's unassuming namesake. Dean Smith chatted with Inside Carolina about the arena that now celebrates its 20th anniversary
By Andy Britt
(PHOTO: Getty Images)
HOME OF THE HEELS
The Smith Center enters its third decade as the center of the Carolina Basketball universe
By Andy Britt
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
THE SMITH CENTER EXPERIENCE
Visiting the storied arena is about far more than just watching a basketball game
By Tommy Jenkins
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
BUILDING THE BLUE PALACE
Funded entirely by its fans, the construction of the palatial home of the Tar Heels was an eight-year process
By Rocky Rivero
(PHOTO: UNC Athletic Communications)
GRAND OPENING
UNC and Duke battled for the No. 1 ranking in the first game at the Smith Center
By Jim Sumner
(PHOTO: UNC Athletic Communications)
TOP 10 GAMES
The most memorable games in the first 20 years of the Smith Center
By Tommy Ashley
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins)
REPAIR JOB
Former Tar Heel floor captain Jeff Lebo ('89) aims to resurrect the Auburn program
By Jack Morton
(PHOTO: UNC Athletic Communications)
IN THE FAST LANE
Former UNC catcher Chris Iannetta is quickly rising through the pro baseball ranks
By Gregory Barnes
(PHOTO: Dave Crenshaw/Tulsa Drillers)
EXPLORING IX
More than three decades after the ruling was put in place, Title IX remains a controversial topic—yet UNC is embracing the challenge
By Gregory Barnes
(PHOTO: UNC Athletic Communications)
And much more not mentioned above ...
The Inside Carolina Magazine - there's absolutely nothing else like it on the market. This high-quality 64-page glossy magazine will blow you away -- higher quality and sharper photos means the Inside Carolina Magazine puts you even closer to the action of UNC athletics. Our website, InsideCarolina.com, is the most visited Carolina sports site on the 'net and is the best anywhere for quick hitting news and information. The Inside Carolina Magazine complements this coverage by providing Tar Heels fans with more in-depth features and analysis. Some things are just meant to be in print.
Jan. Cover
Click photo to enlarge

Inside Carolina Top Stories