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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.

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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...

Player Profile: Kennedy Meeks

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

NCAA Enforcement Ain't What it Used to Be

As is wont to happen when a school is penalized by the NCAA, comparisons abound as to how this school's NCAA punishment compares to others. Such is the case here, mainly for the purposes of...

Player Profile: Nate Britt

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

A GBU Special Report: The 3rd & Inches Play

No sequence is a better summation of UNC's seemingly snakebitten season than the series of misfortunes that befell the Tar Heels on the 3rd down and inches play in the 4th quarter.

Understanding UNC's 1-5 Start

Success doesn't hinge on some grand operatic idea...It hangs in the cumulative moments, each one building on the next, and it can be lost with the slightest hesitation! -Tom Zarek          ...

Heartbreak

Despite leading most of the game, late mistakes and a clock burning Miami drive sent the Tar Heels to 1-5.

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UNC-Miami

Can history repeat itself? Comments if you have 'em

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