One day, someone will tally up all the mail that comes into the NCAA office in Indianapolis and discover it circles the globe twice — or some other preposterous factoid. But in 2010, there was just another full inbox for an NCAA enforcement staff member to go through, with an email from Mary Willingham.
Joel Berry still remembers. Last year, with the final seconds ticking down, he had the ball and the chance to seal the win against Duke in the Smith Center.
With one game left in the regular season, here’s what to watch for on Saturday at 8:20 p.m. as the No. 5 North Carolina men’s basketball team (25-6, 13-4 ACC) takes on No. 17 Duke (23-7, 11-6 ACC) for the second time this season.
Since the team plane touched down on the mainland, the No. 10 North Carolina men’s basketball team has been trying to find its way back to Maui.
Cold marble typically shows as much emotion as Justin Jackson does when he plays. The junior forward for the North Carolina basketball team wears a look of detached focus on the court.
One final defensive possession. Nearly 40 minutes of toil and sweat all hinging on just a few seconds.
In the age of one-and-dones, Kennedy Meeks has been a part of the North Carolina men’s basketball team for what seems like an eternity.
With the chance to take control of the ACC, the No. 9 North Carolina men’s basketball team turned in a statement win against visiting Virginia Tech. The Tar Heels romped the Hokies, 91-72, to remain the lone one-loss team in the ACC.
Nate Britt had just about heard it all by the time Sunday’s second half started.
Tune into any TV broadcast of a UNC home football or basketball game, and you might recognize the curly-haired, oft-painted superfan spearheading the screaming student section.