Lexington, Ky. — Mirror images.
Flipped script, Marcus Paige says.
Vice versa, Nate Britt thinks.
Twenty-one days and more than 500 miles separated the North Carolina men’s basketball team’s two regular-season meetings with Louisville.
“It’s Hurston Hall to me already,” said Dylan Mott, an activist with the Silent Sam Coalition. “When I’m going to class and I’m going to that building, I’m going to Hurston Hall.”
Deep inside the walls of Central Regional Hospital — a massive mental health facility situated in the middle of the rural North Carolina town of Butner — sits a man living his nightmare.