Two stories from the News and Observer this afternoon are of interest. The first mention that folks were lined up at Top of the Hill over ten hours before tip-off, just for good seats. (Although, come to think of it, being able to enjoy Franklin Street with being in the crowds of Franklin Street also applies.) I saw UNC advance to the 2000 Final Four there and the decent-sized celebration that followed, and it wasn't ten-hour wait worthy.
Second, Chapel Hill police are trying to restrict the sale of blue paint, a smart move to limit property damage and save people from themselves. A friend of mine was on the street in 1993 when a very drunk man approached him with a bucket of housepaint and a brush and asked, "Mind if I paint your face blue?" My friend, equally drunk, thought for a moment and then yelled, "Sure!"
I seem to recall the removal of that paint to be less than fun.