UNC and Duke Dominate the 2000's Consensus All-America All Decade Team

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UNC and Duke Dominate the 2000's Consensus All-America All Decade Team

The beginning of the 2009-10 College Basketball season marks the start of a new decade in College Basketball.

As some things change, others stay the same. In the 1990's Duke and North Carolina were the programs of the decade.

In the 2000's, the Blue Devils and Tar Heels once again dominated. In both decades, they advanced the to the most Final Fours and had the most consensus All-Americans.

Nothing was Finer than Carolina during the last ten years in College Basketball. The Heels advanced to four Final Fours and brought home two National Championships.

Tyler Hansbrough is the undisputed player of the decade.

Roy Williams was the coach of the decade.

Duke is the only school that had three two time consensus All-Americans in the last ten years.

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