Graphic by Deposit Photo On the surface, this lede hardly is memorable: “North Carolina grabbed the lead in the top of the 10th inning as a wild pitch by Clark Labitan allowed Colin Moran to score the go-ahead run. The Tar Heels held...Show More Summary
Longtime North Carolina basketball coach Bill Guthridge died Tuesday night. He was 77. Carolina Basketball confirmed the news on Twitter: Guthridge was a player and then an assistant coach at Kansas State before joining the Tar Heels staff in 1967. Show More Summary
North Carolina Tar Heels head coach Roy Williams brightened the day of a young fan who recently and tragically experienced being violently bullied at school. Drew Summerlin, 11, who has Asperger’s syndrome, suffered a concussion and was hospitalized after he was attacked during lunch period. Show More Summary
Bill Guthridge, the longtime assistant to Dean Smith at North Carolina who later replaced the coaching legend on the Tar Heels bench, passed away Tuesday night, the school announced. Sad news. Former UNC Coach Bill Guthridge passed away last night at age 77 w/ family at his side. 33 yrs on UNC bench. In our […]
After hearing about a Tar Heels fan getting bullied, North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams stepped up and did something to make the youngster feel better. Eleven-year-old Drew Summerlin, who has Asperger's syndrome, has been the victim of bullying from his schoolmates. Show More Summary
The North Carolina Tar Heels have high expectations for next season and will need to be at full force to make sure their in-state rival Duke Blue Devils do not cut down the nets for the second straight year. To have a chance, healthShow More Summary
As a team arguably poised to be a contender for a pre-season No. 1 next year, the North Carolina Tar Heels have a talented roster set to return to Chapel Hill. Still, the departure of J.P. Tokoto to the professional ranks left a gap on the roster, and North Carolina wanted to add an additional player...
Roy Williams has never had problems recruiting talent to the University of North Carolina. His 2015 class just got a lot stronger with 4-star guard Kenny Williams committing to the Tar Heels. Williams, who plays high school ball at Lloyd C. Show More Summary
North Carolina The North Carolina Tar Heels will lose only one starter from last year’s Sweet 16 team in forward JP Tokoto and will return a wealth of talent. They will return their four top scorers as big men Brice Johnson and Kennedy...Show More Summary
Brandon Ingram's decision to bypass UNC and go to Duke should worry the folks in Chapel Hill.
Brandon Ingram may be from the same hometown as former North Carolina basketball star Jerry Stackhouse. But he’s headed to Duke, the Tar Heels’ archrival. The 6-foot-9 Ingram chose the Blue Devils on Monday over North Carolina, Kentucky, Kansas, N.C. State and UCLA, giving Duke the No. 1 recruiting class in the nation ahead of Kentucky, according to 247Sports.com. […]
Daily Tar Heel, Student Contests Law School Election: The loser of the Student Bar Association presidential election is challenging the results in the Student Supreme Court. Former presidential candidate Billy Piontek claims the elections committee failed to hold a fair, unbiased election. On April 14, Piontek filed the complaint about...
Bold choice, Tar Heels. North Carolina released new uniforms across all sports Monday and wait... is that argyle? ENHANCE: That is argyle! The other white and black versions of the Tar Heels' uniforms will also feature argyle, both at...Show More Summary
The North Carolina Tar Heels got a big boost to their 2015-16 roster with the reported return of star guard Marcus Paige for his senior season. Per Bret Strelow of The Fayetteville Observer, Paige's father said his son will be a TarShow More Summary
With the 2015 NCAA basketball season ending in a Duke Championship, many North Carolina basketball fans are quickly looking to 2016 for Roy William’s team to improve on their Sweet 16 run in this year’s tournament. Without a doubt, expectations...Show More Summary
It’s pretty obvious which team former North Carolina guard Bobby Frasor is rooting for in the national championship game. It’s not Duke. So, the former Tar Heel was pretty happy with the play of Blue Devils’ big man Marshall Plumlee early in the first half against Wisconsin. Show More Summary
Back on March 4, 2007, Duke and North Carolina met in Chapel Hill. The game itself wasn't that close, as the Tar Heels pulled away for an 86-72 victory, but it did feature a moment that will never be forgotten by basketball fans. North...Show More Summary
The North Carolina Tar Heels didn't win as many games during the regular season as folks would have hoped. They made up for it in the postseason, though. Their run started in the ACC tournament, where the fifth-seeded Heels made it all...Show More Summary
Good postseason showings in both the ACC and NCAA tournaments helped to cover up for the fact that the North Carolina Tar Heels were super shaky down the stretch of the season. Now heading into the offseason, a number of concerns and...Show More Summary
The Tar Heels should return every piece to its rotation next season, but what happens with the NCAA inquiry will have an impact as well.