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USC OL Transfer Khaleil Rodgers Signs UNC Football Scholarship Agreement

North Carolina has signed offensive lineman graduate transfer Khaleil Rodgers to a scholarship agreement. A native of New Castle, Delaware, Rodgers played three seasons at USC (2014-16) and has one season of eligibility remaining. He will join the Tar Heels this summer. (GoHeels.com)

Extra Points: Fox Hole

The familiarity that John Papuchis, Terry Joseph and Mike Ekeler have with each other and the fact that Deke Adams has history at Carolina and with Larry Fedora and offensive coordinator Chris Kapilovic and receivers coach Gunter Brewer, has made what could have been a major transition relatively seamless for North Carolina. (GoHeels.com)

UNC's Diamond Heels Intent on Closing Strong

As the calendar prepares to flip to April, UNC baseball coach Mike Fox finds his team in familiar territory. With a 7-6 win over Coastal Carolina on Tuesday, the seventh-ranked Tar Heels improved to 19-6 on the season. After the win, Fox seemed to frustrate himself when he referenced his team’s play last season during his postgame media availability. (Inside Carolina)

Tuesday UNC Football Spring Practice Notes

UNC football coach Larry Fedora spoke to media after the Tar Heels' practice Tuesday. Fedora pointed out several players who have stepped up as leaders so far. “M.J. Stewart, he steps up on defense. Donnie Miles, Jalen Dalton is starting to emerge. Andre Smith, Cole Holcomb. Offensively, Bentley Spain and Austin Proehl, those two guys you notice every practice.” (Carolina Blue)

UNC DE Allen Cater Tackles Entrepreneurship

In a brainstorm with their entrepreneurship coach, Allen Cater pitched his idea to find a way to improve the laundry process in residence halls. Not only would the idea work well for the class project, but it would also solve a problem he personally had with the chore. “I got tired of waiting,” said Cater, a member of the UNC football team and sports administration major. (UNC.edu)

Video: March 29, 1982 - UNC Beats Georgetown for National Title

Freshman Michael Jordan swished a 16-foot jumper from left wing for a late lead in the title game, but Georgetown had enough time to set up a game-winner of their own. Yet Fred Brown mistook teammate Eric Floyd for UNC's James Worthy, who dribbled out the clock on an improbable finish. View Video...

Oregon Ducks' Dana Altman, Roy Williams of UNC renew rivalry from 1990s at Final Four

Dana Altman’s final season as an assistant coach at Kansas State in 1989 marked the arrival of Roy Williams at Kansas. When Altman returned to become head coach of the Wildcats two years later, Williams had turned the Jayhawks back into a national power after the NCAA put sanctions on the program at the end of Larry Brown’s tenure. (Eugene Register-Guard)

Kyle Datres pays attention to pitchers in UNC baseball's 7-6 win over Coastal Carolina

A warm Tuesday night at Boshamer Stadium had drawn 1,925. And over 100 dogs were sitting in the left-field bleachers — they had made the trip for the Bark at The Bosh event. A nice crowd, to say the least, for North Carolina’s tight 7-6 win. On the field, things were even better. No. 8 UNC held a 4-2 lead against defending champion Coastal Carolina. (Daily Tar Heel)

UNC Students are making their travel plans to Phoenix for the Final Four game

The UNC men's basketball team has made it to the Final Four. Now students are taking on the task of making it to Phoenix to cheer on the team. Meghan Kelly, a first-year biology major, said she and her friends decided to make the trip after the UNC-Kentucky game Sunday. Kelly and her friends called their parents, never expecting them to say yes. Kelly’s parents did. (Daily Tar Heel)

The Seven Biggest Final Four Storylines

North Carolina’s redemption run, Roy Williams one of the greatest ever? The Tar Heels are right back in the Final Four as the favorite to win the title. And if they do win, it may be time to start calling Roy Williams one of the greatest college basketball coaches of all-time. Think about it like this: If Roy cuts down the nets again, he’ll have won three national titles in a 12-year span. (NBC Sports)

Experience means only so much for Tar Heels

North Carolina is recognized as almost a regular Final Four participant. This week, it’s an extreme situation. North Carolina enters the last weekend of the college basketball season for a record 20th Final Four appearance. Gonzaga and South Carolina are in their first Final Four, while Oregon hasn’t played this deep into a season in almost eight decades. (Burlington Times News)

Tar Heels' Super Fan Heading to 22nd Final Four

For a record setting 20th time, the UNC Men’s Basketball team is heading to the Final Four. Ask any former player or coach and they’ll tell you that the team’s success couldn’t be achieved without the support of the fans. There’s one particular UNC fan who has been by the Tar Heels’ side for almost every trip to the Final Four: Hayes Holderness. (WFMY)

Tar Heels' Luke Maye headlines list of Final Four X-factors

Luke Maye can't go to class without getting a standing ovation nor walk across campus without getting stopped by people requesting to take a photo with him. All because of one shot — one that lifted the Tar Heels past Kentucky to reach the Final Four while turning the sophomore from rotation reserve to sudden star. "He's big-time now," junior Justin Jackson said. (Associated Press)

Video: Sending off the Tar Heels to the Final Four

Hundreds of North Carolina basketball fans lined the steps of the Smith Center on Tuesday evening to send off the Tar Heels to Phoenix. The men's basketball team competes in the Final Four on Saturday night. Read More...

No. 7 UNC Baseball Tops Coastal Coastal, 7-6

Kyle Datres homered and drove in three runs to lead No. 7 UNC to a 7-6 win over Coastal Carolina Tuesday at Boshamer Stadium. Cody Roberts added an RBI double in the eighth that proved to be the game-winner when the Chanticleers rallied to put the tying run on second in the ninth. Brett Daniels picked up his third relief win in as many appearances for the Tar Heels. (GoHeels.com)

Video: Larry Fedora Tuesday Post-Spring Practice Interview

North Carolina football coach Larry Fedora spoke with reporters following the Tar Heels' Spring practice on Tuesday and gave updates on how the team is progressing following several key personnel losses to graduation and the NFL Draft. UNC's annual Spring game will be played on Saturday, April 8 in Chapel Hill. View Video...

UNC’s journey to the Final Four included many twists and turns

As March turns to April, North Carolina finds itself exactly where it was this time last year: in the Final Four. On the surface, it hardly seems like a surprise. However, to think that the return of those pieces virtually guaranteed the Tar Heels a trip back to the national semifinals would be, to say the least, oversimplifying a complicated situation. (FanRag Sports)

Putting Luke Maye’s shot into perspective alongside others in UNC history

North Carolina has won 2,204 men’s basketball games, and counting, but it had been 27 years, since it won an NCAA tournament game the way it did on Sunday against Kentucky. Luke Maye, the reserve sophomore forward, made an 18-footer from the left wing with three-tenths of a second remaining. (Charlotte Observer)

Gwendolyn Smith overcame odds to be first black woman to attend UNC

In the summer of 1951, UNC taught its first black female student, Gwendolyn Smith. Despite remarkable credentials, she had to overcome numerous obstacles to earn a spot in a UNC classroom. Smith’s academic career began in Kinston, North Carolina where she attended Adkin High School. Smith, who died on Feb. 28, graduated as valedictorian. (Daily Tar Heel)

Back from World Baseball Classic, Andrew Miller has lot of work to do

Andrew Miller returned to Arizona with a sense of pride over Team USA's championship run in the World Baseball Classic. The Indians' lefty relief ace also rejoined Cleveland's camp unsatisfied with how he has thrown the ball the past two weeks. Over the remaining days of Spring Training, Miller plans on fine-tuning his fastball and slider in preparation for the season. (MLB.com)

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March 29, 1982
Final Four MVP James Worthy scores a game-high 28 points and Michael Jordan hits the game-winning shot from the left wing with 17 seconds to play as Carolina beats Georgetown, 63-62, in one of the Final Four’s greatest championship games ever played. Worthy makes 13 of 17 shots from the floor and has three steals, including one at the end of the game that seals the victory. Jordan scores 16, and the win gives Dean Smith his first of two NCAA championships.

March 29, 1994
The UNC women's basketball team defeated Louisiana Tech 60-59 at the Richmond (VA) Coliseum to win the 1994 NCAA Tournament on a 3 point shot by Charlotte Smith as time expired. The ball was inbounded with only 0.7 seconds left on the clock, making it one of the most exciting finishes in tournament history. It was Hall of Fame coach Sylvia Hatchell's first national championship and the first year that the NCAA women's tournament included 64 teams.

March 29, 2008
Tyler Hansbrough has 28 points and 13 rebounds and is named East Regional MVP as UNC beats Louisville to reach its 17th NCAA Final Four.

March 29, 2009
Ty Lawson, the 2009 Bob Cousy Award winner, scores 21 points and earns South Regional MVP honors as No. 1 seed UNC beats No. 2 seed Oklahoma, 72-60, in Memphis, Tenn., to send the Tar Heels to their record 18th Final Four.

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