C Jackson Cowart
Mitchell Trubisky, the most successful quarterback in North Carolina history, could realize his professional dreams in Thursday's NFL Draft.
Ready or not, here comes Theo Pinson. The junior wing declared for the 2017 NBA Draft on Sunday, joining teammates Joel Berry and Tony Bradley as the three Tar Heels to enter their names in June's draft without signing an agent.
For the first time in 10 years, North Carolina could have a one-and-done.
The performance that sent Joel Berry's jersey to the Smith Center rafters could be his last in a North Carolina uniform.
Justin Jackson’s jersey will hang in the Smith Center rafters long after he’s gone. But his absence will loom large over UNC next season.
CHARLOTTE — After a record-setting weekend against Boston College, the North Carolina baseball team extended its winning streak to nine games with a 20-5 rout of South Carolina on Tuesday at BB&T BallPark.
GLENDALE, ARIZ. — The confetti came late, but it was worth the wait.
Joel Berry’s ankles aren’t what they used to be.
GLENDALE, ARIZ. — Theo Pinson scampered around the court, squeezing the final four seconds separating North Carolina from its second straight title appearance.
Nobody is hotter than Mr. March. This month, Tyler Dorsey has earned the nickname. Entering Saturday’s game against North Carolina, the sophomore guard has been Oregon’s leading scorer in each of its four NCAA Tournament wins — averaging 24.5 points and shooting 65.4 percent from beyond the arc.
In anticipation for Thursday's football game agains the University of South Carolina, students name some specific -- and not so specific reasons -- for why UNC, not USC, is the real Carolina.
North Carolina redshirt freshman punter Corbin Daly talks about his skull fracture injury.
Loyal readers, It's been 11 days since the last time I penned this newsletter.
I've never been punched in the face. While I've always dreamed of delivering a devastating sucker punch a la LeGarrette Blount in 2009, I've never been able to land good ol' right hook to the jaw. And fortunately, I've never endured one, either.
A lot can happen in four years. On Dec. 2, 2012, the top song on the radio was One More Night by Maroon 5. Christian Ponder was the starting quarterback of the Minnesota Vikings, and Stephen Curry was a scrawny shooter with bad ankles. Larry Fedora was still a first-year coach with North Carolina and Brice Johnson still had a mustache.
On Friday, he successfully proposed to his girlfriend, Shelby Valeriano. And on Saturday — his fiancee's birthday —the newly engaged tailback rumbled through the overmatched Virginia defense for 107 yards and a touchdown. But what if she said no?
I'll never forget the first time I saw Mack Hollins score.
Sitting in silence is not my strong suit. In sixth grade, I was sentenced to detention for convincing my classmates to burst into simultaneous song in the middle of lecture. While detained, I taped my mouth shut in rebellion and clicked my tongue to the sound of the second hand.
Defeat always tastes worse in the rain. It was in the eighth grade that I experienced this firsthand. After a successful seven-year career in the flag football circuit, I stood on the sidelines during my one year of tackle football, waiting for Coach Rice to put me in for my obligatory five plays.