A Fan's Guide to North Carolina Basketball 2012-13 provides unique and comprehensive coverage of UNC's upcoming season from Barry Jacobs and a stellar cast of contributors. Carolina fans will find their team covered in more depth here than anywhere else. The analysis is thorough, unflinching, and steeped in the rich tradition of one of the premier programs in the game. Consider Barry’s take on the upcoming season: “Tar Heel adherents will always associate 2012 with 1977 and 1984, when possible national championship runs were derailed by injury. Arguably last year’s blow, the loss of Marshall against Creighton in UNC’s second NCAA game, was the toughest to handle, coming too late to adjust even if much adjustment was possible. Then four of the top six players in All-ACC voting -- senior Tyler Zeller, the league’s 2012 Player of the Year; junior John Henson; and sophomores Harrison Barnes and Marshall -- joined the NBA, leaving Carolina with plenty of talent but modest seasoning.” You'll also find an interview with Roy Williams, a close look at his stellar freshman class, analysis of this season's team and its prospects, a look around the ACC and at the national Top 25, a glance back at Dean Smith’s last championship, along with a close examination of the schedule. The rest of the ACC is also covered in depth, from a conference preview to a look at the ramifications for Syracuse as one of the new kids on the block. The Fan’s Guide is also stuffed with charts, stats and photos. It's a resource you can count on from October through April!
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