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Joshua Ezeudu is a longtime fan of J. Cole and Lil Wayne. Growing up in Lawrenceville, Georgia, the North Carolina offensive lineman also came to appreciate nearby Atlanta rappers such as Migos and Lil Yachty. But he didn’t start really working on the skill his UNC teammates now laud him for — freestyle rapping — until last fall.
Sam Howell’s first six months in Chapel Hill have been, to say the least, productive. The true first-year quarterback enrolled early, turned heads at practice with his arm strength and impressed veteran teammates with his work ethic.
Grant Porter arrived on UNC’s campus late in the summer, a month or so before North Carolina men’s soccer began its 2011 season. The newly hired assistant coach was no stranger to Chapel Hill — he played four years of soccer at UNC and graduated in 2004 — but he entered his second stint admittedly out of touch.
Cade Fortin, a redshirt first-year quarterback, will leave UNC and enter the NCAA transfer portal, InsideCarolina reported Thursday night.
CHARLOTTE — On March 1, 2018, Jalek Felton withdrew from North Carolina, about a month after the University suspended him and began an investigation into allegations of misconduct.
Seventh Woods, a former UNC guard who announced he would transfer from North Carolina on April 25, has narrowed his list of new destinations down to three.
CHARLOTTE — Jalek Felton spent Tuesday morning in a familiar environment.
Vasco Evtimov will be the first to tell you: when he makes a promise, he sticks to it. Even if it takes 20 years to complete.
In June of 2016, Dave Lohse stood on a stage in the grand ballroom of the Hilton Anatole hotel in Dallas.
In her first news conference in Chapel Hill, Courtney Banghart stood, fittingly, on the hardwood at Carmichael Arena. It’s a floor she might as well start getting used to.
Natalie Mitchell never left the farm.
Seventh Woods will transfer from North Carolina, the rising senior guard announced on his Instagram on Thursday afternoon.
Mike Fox wishes you could’ve heard the dugout that day, on April 7, after Aaron Sabato sent a ball deep into the trees of Russ Chandler Stadium in Atlanta.
Sam Gee sat on the top floor of New West last Monday night, typing furiously as he scoured Google for a punchline.
On Feb. 1, 2001, Brendan Haywood stepped up to the foul line at Cameron Indoor Stadium as a 48-percent free-throw shooter. Minutes later, he’d leave his mark on the North Carolina-Duke rivalry forever.
CHARLOTTE — Zion Williamson spent most of Friday night making a play that seemed like it would be his defining one against North Carolina, Duke’s bitter rival, and then quickly topping it with something better.
CHARLOTTE — In the third meeting between the rivals this season, No. 3 seed Duke (28-5) got its revenge on No. 2 seed North Carolina (27-6) with a 74-73 win in the ACC Tournament semifinals.
CHARLOTTE — At halftime of the ACC semifinals in Charlotte, No. 2 seed North Carolina is tied with No. 3 seed Duke, 44-44.
CHARLOTTE — For the third consecutive year, Tobacco Road rivals North Carolina and Duke will meet in the ACC Tournament semifinals.
CHARLOTTE — Nassir Little saw something online in the hours before North Carolina opened ACC Tournament play. He didn’t remember exactly where he came across it, but the message was plain and simple: that Louisville was Coby White’s Kryptonite.