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'Late Night' Tonight!

'Late Night' Tonight!

"Late Night with Roy Williams" is tonight! Don't miss a spectacular night of entertainment as the 2004-2005 men's basketball team showcases its talents - both on and off the court. And, stay tuned immediately following for <i>Inside Carolina</i>'s in-depth coverage of the event, with a full report, including quotes, photos and more!

Enjoy contests, skits, music, and at the stroke of midnight, the team's first scrimmage of the season. Get an early look at the Tar Heels and help the team kick off the season with a great night!

Stuart Scott will once again host the event.

Fans can register to win a 2004 XL-7 at Mark Jacobson's Suzuki of Durham. At Late Night With Roy, one lucky registrant will attempt a half-court shot to win the car.

Admission is free. Smith Center doors open at 7:30 p.m.

Parking is $5.00. Park & Ride service will be available from University Mall and the Friday Center for "Late Night" - service will begin at 8 p.m. and cost is $5.00 round trip.

News 14 Carolina and WTVD-ABC 11 are planning on being at the event and airing portions of it live. College Sports TV will also be in attendance as part of their Midnight Madness programming.

A number of big-name recruits will be in attendance: commitments Danny Green, Bobby Frasor and Marcus Ginyard, as well as recruits Andrew Bynum and Eric Wallace. To learn more about these players, head to the Inside Carolina Recruiting Board.

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