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The North Carolina men’s soccer team knew it needed to generate pressure, and it needed to generate pressure quickly. With only eight minutes left in Friday's semifinals match and a spot in the NCAA Championship on the line, it was all coming down to this.
Thirty-two seconds. It took unseeded UNC men’s soccer 32 seconds to take the game back into their hands and never look back.
First-year golfer Nicole Adam was on the hunt to find the ball she just hit over the green at the Palmetto Spring Invitational in February. She stopped suddenly in her tracks when she saw her ball – just a few feet away from a fully-grown alligator.
Brandon Robinson thought it was an April Fools' joke when he read the news.
On Saturday morning, Kenan Memorial Stadium buzzed.
Roy Williams entered the postgame interview visibly emotional.
The eighth seed UNC men’s basketball team (18-11, 10-6 ACC) fell, 85-62, to the ninth seed Wisconsin Badgers (18-12, 10-10 ACC) on Friday night in Indianapolis in the first round of the 2021 NCAA Tournament. This was head coach Roy Williams’ first time losing in the opening round of the tournament after 29 wins.
The North Carolina men’s basketball team seems to like patterns: win big, lose big, win big again, lose big again. Crush Louisville by 45, deflate against Marquette. Beat No. 11 FSU by eight at home, fizzle out against Syracuse.
After a signature win over No. 11 Florida State on Saturday, the UNC men’s basketball team (15-9, 9-6 ACC) flopped in a 72-70 loss to the Syracuse Orange (14-8, 8-7 ACC) on Monday night at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, N.Y.
Sometimes things don't go the way you hope.
After a dominating win over Louisville on Saturday, the Tar Heels returned to play deflated and stale. The UNC men’s basketball team (14-8, 8-5 ACC) fell to Marquette (11-12, 6-10 Big East) 83-70 on Wednesday night at the Dean Smith Center in saddening fashion.
Walker Kessler has the skills to be really good for UNC, and he proved just that on Wednesday night.
In the second all-time meeting between UNC (13-7, 7-5 ACC) and Northeastern (9-8, 8-2 CAA) men's basketball teams, the Tar Heels crushed the Huskies 82-62 on Wednesday in Chapel Hill. As a last-minute addition to the schedule after Tuesday’s game against Virginia Tech was postponed due to COVID-19 protocols, UNC was able to take advantage of the non-conference opponent, claiming a bounce-back win at home.
Seasons change, days go by, time progresses — and yet, Duke and UNC will always want to beat each other in men’s basketball. It’s nice to know some things never change, especially with how different the upcoming rivalry game will be.
UNC head coach Roy Williams has said he never looks ahead when it comes to the men’s basketball schedule. He prepares for who his team is playing next, and that’s it — even when it comes to what most people regard as the greatest rivalry in college basketball.
Something felt different Tuesday night.
The UNC men’s basketball team (11-5, 6-3 ACC) beat the Pitt Panthers (8-4, 4-3 ACC), 75-65, in their Tuesday night showdown in Pittsburgh. The Tar Heels are now 6-3 in ACC play after winning their third straight, tying their conference win record from last season.
In March, the UNC men’s basketball team was speechless. Syracuse had trounced the Tar Heels by a near 30-point advantage, sending them packing in what would be a devastating season finale to cap off an overwhelmingly ugly season.
The North Carolina men’s basketball team (8-4, 3-2 ACC) handled Syracuse (7-3, 1-2) with a 81-75 win Tuesday night in Chapel Hill to secure its third straight win. UNC avenged last season’s loss in the ACC Tournament and elongated its win streak to three after a 0-2 ACC start.
UNC men’s basketball beat Kentucky 75-63 on Saturday.