Preview the Feb. issue!

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

INSTANT IMPACT
North Carolina freshman Rashad McCants hit the ground running in Chapel Hill and shows no sign of stopping. Combining a brazen game with a soft shooting touch, the first-year star is lighting up the Smith Center.
By Andrew Jones
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
LOOKING AHEAD: DEFENSE
North Carolina finished at the bottom of so many defensive statistical categories in 2002 that they have nowhere to go but up. Led by talented underclassmen in 2003, that appears to be where they are heading.
By Buck Sanders
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
REMEMBERING '93
The Dean Smith-led Tar Heels sent Chapel Hill into a state of euphoria during the 1993 NCAA Tournament. A decade later, the players recall the championship run.
By Jim Sumner
(PHOTO: Hugh Morton)
THE DIFFERENCE IS DEFENSE
The Tar Heels are putting up higher point totals than last season, but the biggest difference from a year ago is on the other end of the floor.
By Andrew Jones
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
Q&A WITH BRAD LAWING
In this month's Coaches Corner, IC sits down with new football assistant coach Brad Lawing.
By J.B. Cissell
(PHOTO: Jim Hawkins/Inside Carolina)
STEEL KICKING
As of August, former Tar Heel kicker Jeff Reed was spotted in Chapel Hill, pondering a life without football after a string of unsuccessful pro tryouts. Five months later, he was splitting the uprights in the NFL playoffs for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
By Mac Heffner
(PHOTO: Getty Images)
HURLERS TO LEAD HEELS
Matching last season's high powered success will be a tough task for the UNC baseball team, but with an improved pitching staff, the Heels remain strong for 2003..
By Andy Britt
(PHOTO: Jeffrey Camarati)
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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