How to support Woody Durham’s fight against aphasia

How to support Woody Durham’s fight against aphasia

Here's where you can buy a t-shirt to support research into aphasia, the neurocognitive disorder affecting longtime Tar Heel broadcaster Woody Durham.

Above, Woody Durham calls a UNC football game in Kenan Stadium in 1990. Photo by the News & Observer.

Lifelong UNC fans know Woody Durham’s voice — the Tar Heel lilt that called UNC games until 2011.

A few years ago, Durham was diagnosed with aphasia, a neurocognitive disorder that is causing him to lose his voice. His family has made t-shirts with his most famous catchphrase, “Go where you go and do what you do,” to help raise money for aphasia research.

Woody Durham UNC

Photo via @WesDurham (one of Woody’s sons) on Twitter.

You can buy the shirts for $15 at Chapel Hill Sportswear on Franklin Street or online here.

Read more about Woody and his life as a Tar Heel in News & Observer reporter Andrew Carter’s excellent series here.

Pressley Baird

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