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The future of the Tar Heels’ backcourt is bright
Seventh Woods and Jalek Felton will play behind Joel Berry this season. The shortage of bodies down low could mean we see these three playing together at times. Woods showed flashes last season of the athleticism that made him a high school internet sensation. Felton possesses similar athleticism, and Coby White has been tearing it up at the high school ranks.
Video: Darius Days Summer Highlights
Summer highlights of 2018 4-star power forward Darius Days of Gainsville, Florida/The Rock School, courtesy of Courtside Films. Days holds a scholarship offer from North Carolina and is also considering offers from LSU, Florida, Louisville, Indiana, and Kansas, among others.
Four Corners: First Steps Of 2017-18 Season Coming Soon
It's been more than four months since UNC beat Gonzaga to win the 2017 NCAA championship, but for many of the Tar Heel players and coaches the memories are still quite fresh. Now, with the university's fall semester classes set to open on Tuesday, the 2017-18 season will be here. Preseason conditioning is just around the corner, and practice will begin shortly thereafter.
Video: Introducing UNC Freshman WR Beau Corrales
North Carolina freshman wide receiver Beau Corrales has made an impact for the Tar Heels during preseason camp, and he looks to carry that momentum into the season opener against Cal on September 2, as Taylor Vippolis explains.
Chansky’s Notebook: Perfect Time to Reset for Matt Doherty
Matt Doherty had almost fallen out of basketball after coaching stints at Florida Atlantic and SMU, following his short stay in Chapel Hill. Doherty had been working as a scout for the Indiana Pacers. Then, former UNC star player and now-acclaimed administrator Bernadette McGlade tapped Doherty as Associate Commissioner for Basketball at the A-10 Conference.
UNC-NCAA COI Hearing Concludes
The University of North Carolina’s hearing before a panel of the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions wrapped up shortly after 1 p.m. Central time in Nashville, Tenn. on Thursday. All that’s left to do is wait for the infractions report, which is typically delivered within 8-12 weeks, according to NCAA guidelines. School officials were unable to provide an update following the hearing.
OL Khaliel Rodgers Returns To UNC Football
USC grad transfer Khaliel Rodgers has rejoined the football program less than two weeks after announcing his retirement, a UNC spokesperson confirmed Friday. The 6-foot-3, 315-pound offensive lineman left the team only days into training camp and posted the following explanation on his Facebook account: "After much thought, I decided to retire from football..."
The NCAA vs. North Carolina heads to a familiar phase -- waiting
UNC wrapped up its two-day hearing in front of the NCAA Committee on Infractions on Thursday, and now the university gets to wait on the outcome. That does not necessarily mean a resolution is in sight. It could be months before the committee announces a decision on possible punishment related to its investigation into the African and Afro-American Studies Department.
Mitch Trubisky Turns Up Heat in Chicago Bears Quarterback Competition
It’s clear Mitch Trubisky has moved past the remedial stuff. “It’s so much better than Day 1,” he said. “Now I’m in the huddle and I can visualize the play as I’m saying it to the guys. And they can tell by the way I’m saying it that I know what I’m doing. The more reps the better. I’ve been watching a lot of film, working really hard and feel like I’m progressing every day.”
Nazair Jones makes impressive first impression for Seahawks
Third-round pick Nazair Jones made an impression playing both defensive end and tackle for Seattle in its 41-17 win over the Chargers. “Naz played very well,” coach Pete Carroll said. “We were really excited about him. He played end and a little bit inside. He showed good effort. He had a great play chasing the screen down that we really were fired up about.”