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Lebo to the Rescue

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Original material posted Mar. 23, 2010.

Lebo handed the reigns

Jeff Lebo is returning to North Carolina, this time as the frontman of the East Carolina basketball program.
The former UNC-Chapel Hill guard was chosen by ECU AD Terry Holland as the Pirates’ coach. ...
More from Denny O'Brien...

And a Tar Heel shall lead them...

That headline certainly has a different ring to it. East Carolina’s success-starved basketball program will present the latest to try and turn things around with the introduction this afternoon of Jeff Lebo. ... More from Brian Bailey...

Bucs should profit from Tar Heel ties

The basketball culture at East Carolina must change if new coach Jeff Lebo is going to accomplish his assigned mission of ending the Pirates' losing tradition.. ... More from Al Myatt...

Press Conference: Lebo Comes Aboard


Jeff Lebo was once recruited as a star prep basketball player by then-Virginia coach Terry Holland, but opted for North Carolina instead. This time, Lebo was recruited in a different capacity by Holland, now ECU's AD, and enthusiastically embraced the opportunity to become head coach of the Pirates and fortify some strong family ties to the university and the region: Select Clip...

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Brian Bailey)



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