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UNC Basketball: Caleb Love named Formula Zero MVP

UNC basketball standout Caleb Love was one of the major standouts during the recent Formula Zero “community” event in Portland, Oregon. When it was announced that UNC basketball standout Caleb Love was going to participate in the Formula Zero “community,” we knew that the Tar Heel guard was a perfect fit.
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Caleb Love earns place in UNC basketball museum

Caleb Love’s huge three-pointer against Duke in the Final Four will always be remembered among the greatest moments in UNC basketball history. It’s safe to say that fans of the UNC basketball program will always remember the final minute of play in the Tar Heels’ first-ever Final Four battle with rival Duke.
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UNC star Caleb Love makes major announcement

The North Carolina Tar Heels fell just short of a National Championship after a miraculous run to the championship game, losing to the Kansas Jayhawks 72-69. For all of the talk that teams like St. Peter’s received throughout the NCAA Tournament, UNC came into the tournament as an eight-seed, and beat some impressive teams in matchups where they were heavy underdogs.
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UNC Basketball: Caleb Love to RETURN for 2022-23 season

After much speculation, the final piece to the puzzle is set: Caleb Love will return to the UNC basketball program for the 2022-2023 season. The final piece to the puzzle is now set, as Caleb Love announced that he will return to the UNC basketball program for the 2022-2023 season. Love now becomes the fourth starter to return from last year’s team that made a run to the NCAA national championship game.
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Tar Heels' Caleb Love returning after NCAA title game run

North Carolina guard Caleb Love is returning for his junior season, a huge boost for the Tar Heels after their improbable run to the NCAA championship game. “The opportunity to play at North Carolina is something I never take for granted,” Love said. “To play for the greatest fan base in the world, to play with the most amazing teammates I could ever imagine and to play for coaches who support and challenge me in every way are all blessings that make me feel so fortunate.”
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