UNC Dye Job for Tar Heel Defenseman Ryan Flanagan

Check out the new stick Rob Rimmer dyed up for UNC All-American Ryan Flanagan. Dyed Navy with North Carolina insignia, logos and Tar Heel designs.

The exact etymology of the nickname “Tar Heel” is unknown, but most experts believe its roots come from the fact that tar, pitch and turpentine created from the vast pine forests were one of North Carolina’s most important exports early in the state’s history. The term “Tar Heel” gained popularity during the Civil War.

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  1. Nick on March 8, 2011 at 4:08 pm

    thats so sick h

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