Here's what I found: 1. UCLA has 11 titles (Go Bruins!) 2. Kentucky has 7 titles 3. UNC has 6 titles (including 2005) 4. Indiana has 5 titles 5. Duke has 3 titles 6. Kansas has 2 titles 6. UConn has 2 titles 6. Louisville has 2 titles 6. OK State has 2 titles 6. Cincy has 2 titles 6. San Francisco has 2 titles Another tidbit: UNC and Duke are the closest Division I schools...I think they are 7 miles from each other. UNC's 2005 win makes 5. The "interesting tidbit" above was purely conjecture on the part of the author and not researched at all. Furthermore, it couldn't be further from the truth. Just one example would be The University of Pittsburgh and Duquesne University, about 1 mile apart. There are many other examples as well.
North Carolina is the 28th largest state in terms of square miles. In terms of population, North Carolina is the 10th largest state.
He was an attorney in Rutherfordton North Carolina and served six terms in the North Carolina State Senate.
Eddie Knox was the Mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina from 1979 to 1983.He also served in the North Carolina State Senate for two terms.
Five states: - North Dakota - South Dakota - South Carolina - North Carolina - West Virginia
5 states: North Carolina, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, and West Virginia.
serving two terms
All governors can only serve 2 terms = 8 years
If you count water surface it is third. Wilkes is fourth in size in terms of dry land.
Governors across the United States are elected for 4 year terms.
It may depend on how far removed, relative-wise, they are from you. (in tehcnical terms: What degree of consanguinity they are.)
They are elected to 8 year terms in nonpartisan elections. There are no term limits.
If you're talking in terms of the U.S regions, here is your list. West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippii, Louisiana, Arkansas, Eastern Texas, and Eastern Oklahoma. If you're talking in terms of the states that seceded from the Union during the Civil War, here is your list. Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mississippii, Louisiana, and Texas.