Preview the April issue!

Preview the April issue!

The April issue of the <i>Inside Carolina</i> magazine has already shipped to subscribers and newsstands! Check out a preview of some of this month's features ...

QUIETLY MAKING NOISE
The midseason emergence of David Noel was a key reason that the 2002-2003 Tar Heels were able to stay afloat despite significant obstacles. And the humble North Carolina freshman did it without a scholarship.
By Andrew Jones
(PHOTO: Getty Images)
DESIRE DRIVES WILLIAMS
Jawad Williams has endured arguably the toughest two seasons in school history, but he has persevered, improving his game and taking it upon himself to help lead the Tar Heels back to the program's winning ways.
By Andrew Jones
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
CHANGING FACES OF THE ACC
This football offseason will break a seven-year string - for the first time since 1996, no ACC football team has fired its head coach. Over the past decade, there has been a furious race underway to close the gap on the conference's clear frontrunner, Florida State. And there are signs that the gap may finally be narrowing.
By Buck Sanders
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
JET'S COACHING CAREER READY FOR TAKE-OFF
Since leaving Chapel Hill in 1987, former North Carolina point guard Kenny "The Jet" Smith has gone from NBA regular to Emmy-winning television analyst. But his career path doesn't stop there. Next up: coaching.
By Jeff Goodman
(PHOTO: TNT Sports)
Q&A WITH PHIL FORD
In this month's Coaches Corner, IC sits down with Tar Heel great Phil Ford.
By J.B. Cissell
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
THE OTHER TAR HEELS
It's a Saturday morning in March inside the Dean E. Smith Center. While most students across the Chapel Hill campus are fast asleep at 10 a.m., the North Carolina junior varsity team is playing in its season finale.
By Ben Sherman
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
FOOTBALL RECRUITING: OUTLOOK 2004
UNC head coach John Bunting acknowledged that while the 2003 recruiting class was impressive, it was just the beginning -- merely a step in the right direction. With that in mind, the Tar Heels staff is already hard at work on 2004.
By Andy Britt
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/InsideCarolina)
And even more articles not mentioned above! Also, a national view of football and basketball recruiting from Jamie Newberg and Dave Telep appear in each issue.


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