Fletcher impressed the Hall of Fame coach enough this past weekend to earn yet another scholarship.
This past weekend, Mack Brown replaced Fedora’s Freak Show with a little Showtime.
Five new commits, quarterback debate, and projecting the future positions of 17-year-old athletes is the order of business.
So many teams got close to glory in 2018-19.
The dominoes of Saturday’s NBA blockbuster include the UNC pair.
This exercise probably raises more questions than answers, but here are some numbers to chew on.
The defining moment of the UNC-Virginia Rivalry of the early 80s
NBA Mock Draft: Coby White, Nassir Little, and Cameron Johnson all appear to be locks for the first round
We are just days away from one of the biggest NBA Drafts for the Tar Heels in recent years.
Who’s ready to step into the limelight for the Heels in 2019?
If you’re as excited as us for football next year, here’s a chance to get this sweet shirt!
The Heels have 11 non-conference games. Let’s check them out.
He’ll retire as the longest-tenured NBA player ever.
After missing out on a long-shot target, the 2019 Tar Heels roster should be officially set.
The game that marked the end of David Thompson’s era and the start of Phil Ford’s
Well, mostly NBA Draft talk.
This one got ugly early.
Former Carolina players will play for three different countries in this summer’s tournament
Carolina found redemption after a hard fought grind-it-out win against a terrific Gonzaga team.
The gutsiest victory by one of the greatest teams in Carolina history
A number of Diamond Heels could he heading to the pros later this summer.
Roy Williams’ third eye for talent strikes again, as his lone commit for the 2020 class continues to show strong improvement.
One of what’s sure to be many offseason accolades came in for the incoming UNC point guard
We wanted either Malik Hornsby or Jacolby Criswell. Right now, both are Tar Heels.
Maybe it’s a mistake, or maybe the national media has officially lost it.
The Los Angeles Dodgers picked up the smooth-swinging UNC infielder with the 31st pick of the draft
Another likely one-and-done freshman is headed to UNC. What do the numbers say that means for next March?
North Carolina is bringing in two grad transfers this year. Is this a good trend?