North Carolina coach Roy Williams prepares to take part of the net Saturday’s win against Virginia.
North Carolina coach Roy Williams prepares to take part of the net Saturday’s win against Virginia. Steve Helber The Associated Press
North Carolina coach Roy Williams prepares to take part of the net Saturday’s win against Virginia. Steve Helber The Associated Press

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  • CCU’s Janae Camp describes college life with dyslexia

    Coastal Carolina freshman Janae Camp, a forward on the women’s basketball team, discusses being one of 18 children and dealing with dyslexia.