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Practice is underway and the season is a little over a month from starting. Here is this week's news items. Late Night With Roy details have been announced. Former Tar Heel and current TNT NBA analyst Kenny Smith will emcee the October 23rd event. Doors open at 6:30 PM with festivities starting at 7:30 PM, Admission is free.

Video: UNC Basketball New Black Jumpman Uniform Release

For the first time ever, Tar Heel basketball will play in black uniforms when they take on UCLA on December 19th in the CBS Sports Classic in Brooklyn.

Tar Heels Unveil Black Uniforms

The University of North Carolina men's basketball team and Jordan Brand on Friday unveiled a new black uniform the Tar Heels will wear for their December 19, 2015, game vs. UCLA in Brooklyn in the CBS Sports Classic. Carolina players and team officials saw the uniforms for the first time this week.

Garrett Walston Explains Flip To UNC

Three star tight end Garrett Walston had been committed to Georgia since June, but that came to an end on Thursday night as the 6-foot-4, 223-pound prospect flipped his commitment to North Carolina. "I think the biggest thing was just being closer to my family," Walston said.

Photo: Dean Smith, Phil Ford, and Jeff McInnis

Former UNC point guard Jeff McInnis posted a picture of himself, his family, and former UNC coaches Dean Smith and Phil Ford to his personal instagram account. The picture was taken during Smith and North Carolina's in-home visit with the high school prospect. A Charlotte native, McInnis played at UNC from 1993 to 1996.

2016 DL Marlon Dunlap remains humble despite recruiting blitz

West Charlotte defensive lineman Marlon Dunlap has multiple Division I scholarship offers and was named to the N.C. Shrine Bowl team this week. He’s so good North Carolina football coach Larry Fedora plans to load up a helicopter with Tar Heels staff and land on West Charlotte’s campus Friday night before the Lions’ homecoming game against Vance, sources confirmed. “He may be the best at his position in the area,” Vance coach Aaron Brand said of Dunlap, a tackle.

Chapel Hill No. 1 among 'college towns you'll never want to leave'

Chapel Hill is No. 1 among the "Top 10 College Towns You'll Never Want to Leave," according to College Magazine, which publishes information about schools and college life for prospective and current students. "The judges give Chapel Hill straight 10s when it comes to its flawless beauty (cue roses thrown on stage) and passion for on and off-campus events," writes the author.

5-star recruit Rawle Alkins says friends hacked his phone to tweet fake commitment to Buffalo

Rawle Alkins is a crazy talented five-star hoops recruit from New York, with offers from Kentucky, Kansas, North Carolina and many more. On Friday, those who follow college basketball recruiting were shocked to see Alkins tweet he had committed to the University of Buffalo. The Bulls did make the NCAA Tournament last season, but were never previously mentioned as a serious suitor for Alkins.

Michael Jordan Still Has Input On Every Single Jordan Brand Product

With his team set to take part in the upcoming NBA Global Games, Charlotte Hornets' owner Michael Jordan is in China to do some promo work for both his squad and his label, Jordan Brand. In an exclusive interview with Chinese news outlet, Xinhua, Jordan answered questions on his career, the Hornets' offseason moves, his love of golf, business, and his competitive drive.

UNC Safety Donnie Miles Playing Physical Football

Donnie Miles has emerged as the Tar Heels’ leading tackler through five games this season, tallying 42 tackles to go along with a tackle for loss and a pair of pass breakups. The 5-foot-11, 210-pounder has adjusted seamlessly from the Ram position he played in 2014 to safety, due to his familiarity with the position.

18 years since Dean Smith retired (video)

Today is the 18th anniversary since legendary North Carolina basketball coach Dean Smith retired from coaching. The Hall of Fame coach who once led the NCAA in wins, brought two National Championships to UNC, and went to 11 final fours passed away on February 7 of this year.

UNC Football Rallies to Support the ‘Save the Fox’ Campaign

The UNC football team is joining in on the “Save the Fox” campaign aimed at helping Superior Court Judge Carl Fox. Fox is a UNC alumnus who was diagnosed in April with cancer where the bone marrow fails to make enough healthy blood cells.

Video: Marquise Williams is Running Into The Record Book

North Carolina senior quarterback Marquise Williams' passing and running has led the Tar Heels to 4 straight victories.

Ron Darling adds perspective to Matt Harvey's late arrival to Mets' practice

On the day after Matt Harvey's late arrival to Mets practice, pitching coach Dan Warthen on Wednesday said, "There were a lot of boys on that '86 team that didn't make practice, either." Ron Darling, an actual '86 Met, said he understood what Warthen meant: The latest L'Affaire Harvey isn't the biggest deal and shouldn't stop the Mets from reaching their ultimate goal.

Video: Jamie Loeb 1-on-1 with Turner Walston

Tar Heel national champion Jamie Loeb sits down with GoHeels Turner Walston to discuss her national championship, turning pro and her first professional match against Top-5 internationally ranked Caroline Wozniacki at center court of the U.S. Open.

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