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Durham defensive lineman Jordon Riley announcing Thursday

Class of 2017 defensive lineman Jordon Riley (Durham, NC/Riverside) will be announcing his college decision on Thursday. The 6-6, 292-pound defensive lineman let it be known on twitter. Riley was a regular at UNC home games in 2015. The Durham recruit committed to Tennessee this summer, but eventually opened his recruitment back up. (Carolina Blue)

UNC Playing Its Worst Basketball at the Worst Time

Just as it looked like the team was starting to click, though, it was out-hustled in a Feb. 1 loss at Louisville, and then again in a four-point setback at Notre Dame on Saturday. UNC was in need of an opportunity to shake its road woes, and it had as good of a chance as any to do so on Tuesday against the Eagles. But the Heels didn’t regroup in Chestnut Hill. (Today's U)

UNC, NC State, Duke fight border battle in football recruiting

This really is no secret. For Duke, North Carolina and N.C. State to elevate their respective football programs to a nationally elite level, they need to begin closing down the state’s borders in recruiting. Wednesday’s national signing day was another in both futility and frustration for area programs in their attempts to keep the state’s top in-state talent home. Once again, Clemson and SEC programs raided the state. (Charlotte Observer)

Fast starts in 2017 football recruiting: No. 9 UNC

9. North Carolina Larry Fedora guided the Tar Heels to one of their best seasons in school history with an 11-3 campaign. His staff is taking full advantage on the trail as the have high quality early commits. All five are four-star recruits. (Carolina Blue)

Jay Bilas with high praise for North Carolina basketball

ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas was asked on SportsCenter on Saturday prior to UNC's matchup with Notre Dame which team he thought had the best chance to win the national championship. He went with the Tar Heels. "I happen to think it’s North Carolina,” Bilas said. “North Carolina doesn’t shoot the ball as well as they need to, but they get the ball inside." (Carolina Blue)

Roy Williams Post-Notre Dame Quotes & Audio

Roy Williams: "Congratulations to Notre Dame. Their coach did a heck of a lot better job of getting his guys to play with intensity than I did. Look down there, 19 points off turnovers for them, 0 for us. 23 second chance points for them, 13 for us. 38 foul shots for them, 21 for us. I’ve got to do a heck of a lot better job of getting my club to play with a lot more intensity than we did." (Inside Carolina)

Roy Williams Live: Contemplating Lineup Changes

In February 2015, Roy Williams decided to switch up his starting lineup on a road trip to Boston College after several days of talking about urgency and commitment. One year later, the Hall of Fame coach is discussing similar topics and considering lineup adjustments once again before facing the Eagles on the road on Tuesday. (Inside Carolina)

Ridiculous Poll: Roy Williams or Steve Robinson?

Last night Roy Williams left UNC's game at Boston College early in the second half with a bout of vertigo. Assistant coach Steve Robinson stepped into the fray and led UNC to a comeback win against a historically bad Boston College team. So with this being an election year and everything being polled I thought, "Why not? (Tar Heel Blog)

Early 2016 ACC football forecast favors Clemson, UNC

In a seven-team division that features five returning starting quarterbacks, picking a team that lost the most dynamic player at that position in school history seems irrational. But Mitch Trubisky, the heir apparent to Marquise Williams at North Carolina, has played in 19 games and thrown 125 passes. (Daily Press)

UNC football makes recruiting push in Charlotte

In Larry Fedora era, UNC has made it clear the the city of Charlotte is critical to their recruiting efforts. The Queen City area has the best talent in the state and in order for North Carolina to compete for championships year in and year out they have to get the top prospects from that region. (Carolina Blue)

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