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March 06, 1978 | Mike Delnagro
PHIL FORD: Playing with a sprained wrist, the North Carolina guard hit eight free throws and 13 of 19 shots from the floor—10 of them from 15 feet and beyond—for a career-high 34 points in the Tar Heels' win over Duke.
February 06, 1978 | Edited by Douglas S. Looney
•Mike Neer, University of Rochester basketball coach, on playing against North Carolina and its superstar, Phil Ford: "How can you expect to win the game when three of our starters wanted Ford's autograph?"
November 28, 1977
Arkansas' Marvin Delph has good reason to be waving his index finger. After all, he's got the No. 1 shot on the No. 1 shooting team in the country. That is no mean accomplishment these days, when every college from...
December 01, 1975
The only thing better than having one good guard is having two or—eureka!—three of those heady little fellows who can perform more tasks than big men dream of.
March 31, 1975 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:Congratulations on a fabulous article on the ACC tournament (, March 17). Those of us who are Carolina fans have been waiting for three years for a story like this. Barry McDermott should be given a life...