Preview the Jan. issue!

Preview the Jan. issue!

The January issue of the <i>Inside Carolina</i> magazine is in the hands of subscribers and on newsstands! Check out a preview of some of this month's features ...

Sean May's career at North Carolina is off to an impressive start, giving the Tar Heels a fresh infusion of throwback basketball.
By Andrew Jones
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
Several exciting wins and a few standout performers were overshadowed by significant injuries, missed opportunities and record-setting losses for the 2002 North Carolina football team.
By Buck Sanders
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
Now that the 2002 season is in the books, the focus turns to 2003. And once again, the offense will need to carry the torch.
By Buck Sanders
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
Despite the rough season, a strong corps of loyal Tar Heel fans stuck by the program and its coach throughout the 2002 campaign. Every Thursday evening, they turned out to support John Bunting at his weekly radio show.
By J.B. Cissell
(PHOTO: J.B. Cissell/Inside Carolina)
In this month's Coaches Corner, IC sits down with hoops assistant coach Doug Wojcik.
By J.B. Cissell
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
After losing three starters to the NFL and being plagued all season long with injuries to its front seven, it was painfully obvious this year that the North Carolina defense needed serious help.
By Mac Heffner
(PHOTO: Allsport)
North Carolina sophomore Jackie Manuel is one of the most improved players on the 2002-2003 roster and, despite the attention given to the freshmen, he is a primary reason for the team's turnaround.
By Ben Sherman
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
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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