Talk:North Carolina Tar Heels
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The Dwight Jones link is the wrong Dwight Jones.
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Hansbrough's "retired" jersey
It seems to me that Hansbrough's number shouldn't appear in the retired jersey list as it hasn't actually been retired yet. His winning of the Sporting News Player of the Year Award means he's eligible to have his jersey retired. But it won't actually happen until the season after he leaves the university. I think the mention of his eligibility to have his jersey retired in the article is appropriate enough for now. Ncjon (talk) 01:20, 12 March 2008 (UTC)
THIS MAY NOT BE TRUE!! Ha ha, just kidding, I just wanted to fit in with the rest of this page. Anyway, there's nothing on men's soccer on the main page, and since the team went to the NCAA semifinals this year, they should probably get a section, right? If a college's team went to the basketball semifinals they'd get a section, maybe even its own page? Maybe basketball is more important than soccer but is that for Wikipedia to decide? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 05:59, 11 December 2010 (UTC)