Feb. 11, 2008
- Tuesday, 2/12 at 6:30 p.m. ET on FSN South
- Wednesday, 2/13 at 6:30 p.m. ET on SportSouth
GREENSBORO, N.C. - ACC All Access celebrates Black History Month with a look back at a former African-American standout Charlie Scott, who became the first African-American scholarship athlete at the University of North Carolina in 1966. While playing on the UNC men's basketball team, Scott earned All-ACC honors three times, was a two time All-American and a member of the Tar Heels Final Four run in 1968. Also that year, Scott won a gold medal in men's basketball for Team USA at the Summer Olympics in Mexico City.
At 6'4", University of Miami center Carla Williams is the tallest player on the Hurricanes' women's basketball squad and cooks up a lot of trouble around the basket. Off the court, she has culinary skills to boot. ACC All Access reporter Heather Catlin gets a lesson on Jamaican cooking from Carla Williams.
Maryland men's basketball coach Gary Williams was honored before the Terrapins' game against Boston College for his 600th career victory, becoming the seventh active Division I coach to reach that milestone. In the Top 5 list, ACC All Access runs down the all-time winningest ACC men's basketball coaches.
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