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Profile and Perspective: UNC hosts Late Night vistors
North Carolina is holding its annual basketball kickoff celebration this Friday night, October 3rd in the Dean Dome. In addition to the event starting the 2014-2015 season, it also serves as a great recruiting tool for the basketball program. The...

Paige Views: Inside Conditioning
Marcus Paige: "When I first came to Carolina, I thought of 'conditioning' as running line drills over and over in practice. That's what we do in practice, and that's what I was used to doing in high school. I never...

Emergence of Elijah Hood
Through the first three games of the season, UNC quarterback Marquise Williams led the Tar Heels in rushing. For a North Carolina team that was supposed to have four quality running backs, none of them had separated themselves as a...

UNC Team-Signed Basketballs Now Available
The North Carolina men's basketball program is selling autographed basketballs signed by the 2014-15 team to the public for $180. Head coach Roy Williams and the team will donate proceeds from the sale of basketballs to local charities...

UNC Men's Soccer Falls 4-3 At UNCW
A wild second half that saw five combined goals scored resulted in ninth-ranked UNC falling 4-3 at No. 22 UNC Wilmington on Tuesday night. North Carolina (5-4) scored on its first shot of the match in the eighth minute to...

UNC Veterans Thorpe, Farmer Preaching Accountability
Senior defensive tackle Ethan Farmer and junior wide receiver T.J. Thorpe each lead on different sides of the football, but both Tar Heel veterans are driving home the same message to their teammates. One is more outspoken; the other, more...

UNC Celebrates Military Appreciation Day This Saturday
Carolina will celebrate Military Appreciation Day this Saturday as the Tar Heels take on Virginia Tech at Kenan Stadium. Just as in previous years, the team plans to wear a special helmet for the event, but there’s much more in...

UNC Baseball Powers Past Ontario In Exhibition
The North Carolina baseball team allowed just three hits in an exhibition victory over the Ontario Blue Jays on Tuesday at Boshamer Stadium. Wood Myers went 3 for 3 in the contest with an RBI, a stolen base and a...

Looking Ahead to What UNC's Much Maligned Defense Will Be Facing
120 points and 1300 yards. That is what UNC has given up in the past two games to a pair of the more dynamic offenses in the country. Those numbers cast doubt on how the rest of the season will...

Wednesday Larry Fedora Quotes
Larry Fedora: “[Virginia Tech is] going to be very sound in everything they do on special teams. And offensively I think they've evolved and they're throwing the ball much better than they have in the past. They've got some big...

Video: Fedora, Hughes Wednesday Post-Practice Interviews
Larry Fedora and Travis Hughes talk about a healthy and deeper UNC offensive line, the growth of Elijah Hood, and preparing for Virginia Tech...

Hokies and Tar Heels to meet in key Coastal clash
Virginia Tech (3-2, 0-1 ACC) will return to conference play this Saturday afternoon, taking on North Carolina (2-2, 0-1 ACC) at Kenan Stadium in a key Coastal Division matchup. Kickoff is set for 12:30 p.m. Tim Brant, Dave Archer and...

Yankees’ Adam Warren puts seal on season
Adam Warren toed the rubber for the final time this baseball season. The New York Yankees’ relief pitcher, and New Bern native, pitched 1.1 innings in the season-finale on Sunday against the Boston Red Sox. It was also the final...

UNC's Young Defensive Line Showing Signs of Growth
North Carolina’s defensive line turned in its best showing of the season in Death Valley last weekend, which bodes well for a position group rotating in five underclassmen. UNC held the Tigers to 92 rushing yards on 2.1 yards per...

Q&A with UNC and Virginia Tech Insiders
UNC will again come out trying to stop the run. They did against Clemson and were successful in holding the Tigers to under 100 yards rushing. But the plan in many ways backfired, as the Tar Heel secondary was torched...