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SwimMAC’s Sophie Lindner Verbally Commits to Tar Heels

By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam Sophie Lindner of SwimMAC Carolina and Covenant Day School has verbally committed to swim for the University of North Carolina in 2018-19. Read the full story on SwimSwam: SwimMAC’s Sophie Lindner Verbally Commits to Tar Heels

How will 2017 Pitt football follow up on beating Penn State and Clemson?

The Panthers are progressing nicely, but this season is probably a bump in the road. In my North Carolina preview, I mentioned how Larry Fedora had the unstable program achieving at a strangely normal rate. The Tar Heels are now recruiting and playing at a top-30 level. Show More Summary

Top States number 5: North Carolina

The Tar Heel State ranked number five in the competition for Top States for Business, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn.

The Most Competitive States for Senate Elections

Smart Politics examined all U.S. Senate elections since 1990 and found that North Carolina leads the nation with its 10 contests decided by an average victory margin of 6.1 points. “The Tar Heel State has consistently produced competitive races going [...]

Rashad McCants gets icy welcome in return to North Carolina with Big3 league

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Former Tar Heel Rashad McCants once alleged that tutors completed some of his coursework while at UNC.        

VIDEO: Luke Maye continues hitting big shots this summer for North Carolina

North Carolina forward Luke Maye hit another game-winner for the Tar Heels this summer during the Roy Williams Camp.

Pittsburgh transfer Cameron Johnson commits to North Carolina

Despite his former school’s objections, Cam Johnson is ready to suit up for the Tar Heels in 2017-18. Despite his former school’s attempts to prevent it, Pittsburgh transfer Cameron Johnson announced Tuesday that he plans on playingShow More Summary

NCAA Baseball Tournament 2017 scores and bracket: North Carolina upset on tournament’s opening day

The Tar Heels drop to the losers bracket in the Chapel Hill regional. The first day of the 2017 NCAA baseball tournament is in the books, and a few heavy hitters received some scares but prevailed in the end. Hosts LSU and Southern Miss...Show More Summary

Tony Bradley is UNC's first one-and-done in almost a decade. It has big ramifications

North Carolina will have long odds of repeating as the national champion next year without Tony Bradley. Since Roy Williams arrived at North Carolina 14 years ago, the Tar Heels have had only one player leave for the NBA after his freshman season. Show More Summary

UNC Basketball: Impact on Tar Heels lineup if Tony Bradley leaves

What would the North Carolina starting lineup look like without Tony Bradley, and how would it impact the Tar Heels’ rotation? It’s a scenario that every North Carolina fan hopes to avoid, but what happens to the Tar Heels’ startingShow More Summary

UNC Basketball: Tony Bradley decision will come, but not right away

Decision on future is one that Tony Bradley Jr. won’t take lightly Just hours after the North Carolina Tar Heels beat the Gonzaga Bulldogs in the 2017 National Championship game, freshman center Tony Bradley, Jr. announced that he would be declaring for the NBA Draft to “test the waters”. Show More Summary

Pinson returning for senior season with champion Tar Heels

North Carolina swingman Theo Pinson is returning for his senior season after he declared for the NBA draft but didn't hire an agent        

UNC Basketball: Theo Pinson returning for senior year

UNC junior Theo Pinson announces he will return to Chapel Hill for his senior year Just a few weeks after declaring for the 2017 NBA Draft process, University of North Carolina Tar Heels wing Theo Pinson is pulling his name out. TheShow More Summary

Tar Heels sign Brooks as late addition to recruiting class

North Carolina has signed forward Garrison Brooks as a late recruiting addition to bolster its depleted frontcourt        

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