If those pretentious, cheating bastards born and bred are looking for any mercy, or sympathy, then they’ve come to the wrong place.
Remember the 90s.
And then every time a UNC fan scoffs at our obsessive, bitter hatred of them, just remind them its their own fault. They started this back in 1989 when they used their power in the Board of Governors and media to launch an opportunistic, vitriolic assault against Jim Valvano personally, and his program that was overshadowing Dean Smith’s (click here for some history).
And also remind them of this (click here):
For every State fan who endured the self-imposed — it’s important to note that, unlike The Flagship, we held ourselves accountable after the NCAA, SBI and Poole Commission found only “minor” infractions in 1989 — indignity of the 90s (and beyond), while Carolina fans scoffed at us with their trademarked, arrogant elitism, this isn’t about ripping down banners.
This is all about the reckoning.
For decades, The Flagship perpetuated the fallacy of its superiority through its precious credo. Pompous Carolina fans — and also alums — adhered to a higher standard, and they were better, more deserving than you. All you had to do was ask one of them, they’d make sure you knew that.
Meanwhile, as they diminished us, for two decades, they were fine-tuning a chronic, institutionalized system of fraud to keep their athletes eligible. What the Wainstein Report revealed — what every bitter State fan has long known — is that “fraud” is just a white collar term for “pretentious, cheating, bastards born and bred.”
The Carolina Way has proven a giant, hollow lie. And the Notice of Allegations is a good start towards holding it accountable for that.