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Duke-Carolina: The Blue Blood Rivalry (2013)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Sport | 7 March 2013 (USA)
After more than 100 years of ruthless competition, the feud between the Duke University Blue Devils and the University of North Carolina Tar Heels basketball teams is called the greatest ... See full summary »

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Herself - FOX Sports Reporter
Jones Angell ...
UNC Radio Announcer
William Bell ...
Durham Mayor
Jay Bilas ...
ESPN Announcer
Tim Brando ...
Raycom Announcer
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Duke University President
Reggie Bullock ...
UNC Player
Art Chansky ...
UNC Writer / Historian
Quinn Cook ...
Duke Player
Bubba Cunningham ...
UNC Athletic Director
Seth Curry ...
Duke Player
Kenny Dennard ...
fmr Duke Player
Anson Dorrance ...
UNC Women's Soccer Coach
Chris Duhon ...
fmr Duke Player
Al Featherston ...
Duke Writer / Historian
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After more than 100 years of ruthless competition, the feud between the Duke University Blue Devils and the University of North Carolina Tar Heels basketball teams is called the greatest rivalry in sports! When these fierce challengers collide on the court, get ready for war. Experience the insanity of the competition and go behind the scenes to hear from the legendary players, coaches, broadcasters and superfans that pour their hearts and souls into the ultimate clash of basketball titans! Written by Image Entertainment

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A unique inside-out look at the greatest rivalry in sports.

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