A day before Wednesday night’s game between No. 13 North Carolina and Michigan, UNC head coach Roy Williams expressed surprised at the statistics of the Wolverine’s shot-clock eating style of play.
Before dawn on Monday morning, Roy Williams was sitting awake in his seat on the North Carolina men’s basketball team’s flight back to Chapel Hill.
Kenny Williams just had a first half for the ages as UNC leads Stanford 50-36 at halftime.
You could have excused head coach Karen Shelton’s North Carolina field hockey team for having a down year.
Tony Gilliam's voice filled the Smith Center moments after the game ended.
The Tar Heels didn’t find a good way to start their story this season, but they are still hoping to find a good way to end it.
Roy Williams utters an iteration of this sentiment seemingly every year.
The accrediting agency made its ruling some time ago — and now the NCAA Committee on Infractions' decision marks the end of a very public, six-year process.
In a characteristic twist for this case, another delay is holding up the process.
As Germany prepared to host the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, the Nazi party spared no costs to arrange for every detail to fit into its carefully tailored public image. With that mindfulness for the public eye, Adi Dassler, a Nazi party member and budding shoe designer, knew how important it was to get Jesse Owens in his shoes.