Woody Durham, former voice of Tar Heels, dead at 76


On Wednesday, the family of Woody Durham, the former voice of the Tar Heels, announced that he had died at the age of 76.

The family said he passed away around 12:45 a.m. after being admitted to hospice care earlier in the week.

For 40 years, Durham was the Tar Heel's translator - putting the team's every action into words.

In June, he wrote a letter to the community, revealing he was battling a progressive disease - primary progressive aphasia - that affects his ability to communicate.

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