Jonathan LaMantia

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Salaries for UNC football trail ACC

Seth Littrell didn’t have much time to get acclimated when he was announced as North Carolina’s offensive coordinator Jan. 24. He explored Chapel Hill that weekend with his wife, and three days later he was back on the recruiting trail — this time as a Tar Heel, not an Indiana Hoosier.


Tar Heels fail to convert in post

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., — North Carolina had 20 minutes to make up a nine-point halftime deficit, but the way Virginia ended the first half Monday encapsulated how Virginia would dismantle UNC — converting on offensive rebounds.


UNC baseball beats Wake Forest, 9-0

The No. 29 North Carolina baseball team has had its fair share of errors and botched situational plays this season, but Friday night it was Wake Forest who gave the Tar Heels some help in a 9-0 win that brought UNC (20-14, 8-8 ACC) back to .500 in ACC play. In the fourth inning, after Tom Zengel singled and Landon Lassiter walked, left fielder Parks Jordan dropped down a well-placed bunt that trickled down the third-base line.


UNC baseball clinches series with second win against North Florida

The second win in No. 17 North Carolina’s weekend series against North Florida played out much like the first — pitching and a big hit from sophomore catcher Korey Dunbar led UNC to a 5-1 win. Starter Benton Moss tossed his first career complete game, pitching eight scoreless innings after allowing a run in the first frame.


UNC leads Wake Forest 52-33 at halftime

The North Carolina Tar Heels followed up their upset win against No. 5 Duke with an impressive first half against Wake Forest and lead 52-33 at halftime Freshman Kennedy Meeks leads UNC with 12 points and four rebounds.


UNC men's lacrosse leads Duke 13-6 at halftime

The No. 2 seed North Carolina men’s lacrosse team wasted no time jumping all over No. 3 seed Duke in the ACC semifinals at Kenan Stadium, leading the Blue Devils 13-6 by halftime. Two Tar Heels — Marcus Holman and Chad Tutton — recorded hat tricks in the first half and six other Tar Heels joined in on the scoring frenzy.