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North Carolina Tar Heels Fleece: Framed Panel

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North Carolina Tar Heels Fleece: Framed Panel

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Width: 60 inches
Content: 100% Polyester
Background: Cornflower
Price: $14.98
Texas Longhorns Fleece: Logo Panel
Texas Longhorns Fleece: Logo Panel
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The University of North Carolina has been the figurative birthplace of many basketball legends, from the players greats on the court to the coaches stalking the sidelines. The legendary coaches of North Carolina include Frank McGuire, Dean Smith and Roy Williams, all of whom led North Carolina to National Championships. It is with the players, however, that the stature of North Carolina was established: Michael Jordan, Billy Cunningham, James Worthy, Phil Ford, Vince Carter, Rasheed Wallace, Jerry Stackhouse and Kenny Smith among many others.


North Carolina's basketball program has been one of the most prominent in the nation over the past half century. Since winning its first national title in 1957, North Carolina has reached milestones and set records. Among these accomplishments are 27 straight NCAA Tournament appearances between 1975 and 2001, the NCAA record. Also, between 1963 and 2001, the Tar Heels did not have a losing season. The University's history of basketball excellence has been given it entry into an exclusive club as only the second program to reach 1900 wins - the other member being the Kentucky Wildcats.

The North Carolina Tar Heels also participate in one of the most heated rivalries in NCAA sports with the Duke Blue Devils. Known as "The Battle of Tobacco Road" or "The Battle of the Blues", the annual meetings between these two schools have given us some of college basketball's defining moments. As of 2007, UNC leads the series with Duke 127-96.

Among the individual award winners are:

National Coach of the Year:

  • Frank McGuire - 1957

  • Dean Smith - 1977, 1979, 1993

  • Bill Guthridge - 1998

  • Matt Doherty - 2001

  • Roy Williams - 2006

ACC Coach of the Year:

  • Frank McGuire - 1957

  • Dean Smith - 1967, 1968, 1971, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1988, 1993

  • Bill Guthridge - 1998

  • Roy Williams - 2006

National Player of the Year:

  • Lennie Rosenbluth - 1957

  • Phil Ford - 1978

  • James Worthy - 1982

  • Michael Jordan - 1983, 1984

  • Kenny Smith - 1987

  • Jerry Stackhouse - 1995

  • Antawn Jamison - 1998

ACC Player of the Year:

  • Lennie Rosenbluth - 1957

  • Pete Brennan - 1958

  • Lee Shaffer - 1960

  • Billy Cunningham - 1965

  • Larry Miller - 1967, 1968

  • Mitch Kupchak - 1976

  • Phil Ford - 1978

  • Michael Jordan - 1984

  • Antawn Jamison - 1998

  • Joseph Forte - 2001 (Shared with Duke's Shane Battier)

ACC Rookie of the Year:

  • Sam Perkins - 1981

  • Michael Jordan - 1982

  • J.R. Reid - 1987

  • Ed Cota - 1997

  • Joseph Forte - 2000

  • Marvin Williams - 2005

  • Tyler Hansbrough - 2006

  • Brandan Wright - 2007

The Tar Heels' National Championships:

  • 1923-24: Record: 26-0, Coach: Norman Shepard (Named national champion by the Helms Foundation)

  • 1956-57: Record: 32-0, Coach: Frank McGuire

  • 1981-82: Record: 32-2, Coach: Dean Smith

  • 1992-93: Record: 34-4, Coach: Dean Smith

  • 2004-05: Record: 33-4, Coach: Roy Williams


The University's football program has its own share of tradition. The Tar Heels' annual meeting with the Virginia Cavaliers has earned the name "The South's Oldest Rivalry". The two universities first played each other in 1892 and have played every year since 1919. In addition, the Tar Heels have collected eight conference championships.

Furthermore, the Tar Heels' women's soccer squad has established itself as a truly dominant force in the sport. Since the first team was fielded in 1979, the soccer program has collected 19 national championships.

The design of the North Carolina Tar Heels Fleece: Framed Panel is composed of the University's NC and ram's head logo, a football helmet and the Rameses the Ram mascot over a cornflower background within a navy frame. Each panel measures 60" wide by 50" long.

The North Carolina Tar Heels Fleece: Framed Panel is not suitable for children's sleepwear. All patterns have been licensed by the University of North Carolina and are for individual consumption only. Any other use of the North Carolina Tar Heels Fleece: Framed Panel is prohibited and illegal.