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Player Profile: J.P. Tokoto

Strong defense and an incredible athletic ability give him good foundation, but can he put together a complete game to see significant playing time this season?

The Good, Bad, & Ugly Report: Boston College

Carolina gets the performance they needed on both sides of the ball and took the first step towards achieving the goal of bowl eligibility.

Welcome to the Win Column, Tar Heels

UNC gets their first conference win with a two-quarterback performance against Boston College.


UNC-Boston College

This is the first time UNC has faced Boston College since a pair of wins during the 2008 and 2009 seasons. Those have since been vacated due to NCAA penalties. Every game from here until UNC is...

UNC vs Boston College

North Carolina vs Boston College, 3:30 PM, RSN North Carolina, sitting at 1-5, must find a way to bounce back from the heartbreaking loss to Miami nine days ago. The Tar Heels still hold out...

Late Night with Roy Scrimmage Notes

While there isn't much stock to be put into this kind of scrimmage, it is the first look at the Tar Heels for the new season. The Blue-White Scrimmage, which capped off the Late Night with Roy...

Player Profile: Desmond Hubert

F Desmond Hubert, Junior, 6-10, 225 lbs. Desmond Hubert began the 2012-13 season as the surprise starter at center, and immediately the decision was second-guessed. Hubert started 18 of the first...

Player Profile: Jackson Simmons

F Jackson Simmons, Junior, 6-7, 225 lbs One of the bright spots out of the 2012-13 season was the play of sophomore walk-on Jackson Simmons. Simmons was given a preferred walk-on spot coming out...

Player Profile: Isaiah Hicks

As the 2013-14 season approaches, THB will be profiling the key players on the Tar Heel roster. Today we look at freshman Isaiah Hicks.


Roy Williams Diagrams the Secondary Break

A little Xs and Os for your Wednesday morning. Roy Williams with an explanation of how UNC runs the "Dribble" play. This play is set up with the first option being a lob to the five after a pair of...

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