What's Happening for April 2008
One of the most exciting basketball players in college is University of North Carolina’s Tyler Hansbrough (pronounced hands-bro). Only a junior, Hansbrough has made the covers of the major sports magazines and is one of the most decorated athletes in the ACC. His awards include the John R. Wooden Award as the top basketball player in the nation and the Associated Press College Basketball Player of the Year Award. Hansbrough led the Atlantic Coast Conference in scoring, with 22.8, and in rebounding, with 10.3; the Tar Heels finished the regular season 36-2, won all three games in the ACC Tournament, and won four games in the NCAA Tournament to make it to the Final Four. But what really has caught our interest is his BFS connection.
Hansbrough was a student at Poplar Bluff High School in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, and helped lead his team to back-to-back state championships. Says BFS clinician Jim Brown, who trained Hansbrough, "Tyler is the same today as he was in high school. He just shows up and does his job with no complaints. His work habits have always been 24/7."
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