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Univ. Of North Carolina Begins Work On $100M Facilities Upgrade For Fall '18

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 28 / 17

Work has "finally begun" as part of the Univ. of North Carolina's roughly $100M sports facility project, one that has "left a big hole near the middle of campus and will force a dozen programs to adjust practice or game routines for the coming year," according to Aaron Beard of the AP. UNC AD Bubba ...

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