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Thirty-somethings in Biggie and Tupac t-shirts might try and tell you that hip-hop is dead. It’s just not the same, they’ll say. They’ll degrade the likes of Lil Pump and 21 Savage – deservedly so – but they might also try and tell you that the genre as a whole is irrevocably changed for the worse.
Chris' Pick: Let me start this by saying I hate Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. Their unparalleled success since 2001, a run that includes five Super Bowl titles and nine appearances, is only made worse by the so-called pundits that sing their constant praises (I’m looking at you, Tedy Bruschi). However, there’s no question Brady is the greatest quarterback of all time. At 41 years old, he has never been more cerebral, and now he has a chip on his shoulder the size of the Grand Canyon (thank you Nickell Robey-Coleman).
The No. 9 North Carolina men’s basketball team breezed by Georgia Tech with a final score of 77-54 on Tuesday night. Carolina now sits at 16-4 on the season with a 6-1 record in the ACC. Here are three takeaways from the game -- including what this performance means moving forward.
Due to unforeseen delays, the North Carolina men’s and women’s lacrosse teams will not begin their 2019 seasons on a renovated Fetzer Field next month.
For UNC football, the second Mack Brown era will begin in much the same way the first one did – with a battle against the Gamecocks for supremacy of the Carolinas.
Three North Carolina women's soccer players had their professional careers began in earnest on Thursday, with senior defender Julia Ashley, senior midfielder Dorian Bailey and redshirt senior midfielder Alex Kimball all getting selected in the 2019 National Women's Soccer League Draft.
While the 2018-2019 season thus far has produced perhaps more low moments on paper than expected, there are still plenty of reasons to hold optimism for the North Carolina women’s basketball team. Just ask head coach Sylvia Hatchell.
Despite a 20-point win, a balanced scoring effort, and a 10-3 record entering ACC play, Roy Williams remained unimpressed following his team's win over Harvard.
The Mack is back, but what about his recruiting touch?
It's been a long road back for junior Stephanie Watts, but in her first taste of live action since Feb. 16, 2017, she didn’t miss a beat.
CARY — The No. 3 North Carolina women’s soccer team (18-3-1, 10-0 ACC) cruised to a 4-0 win over Howard on Saturday to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
The North Carolina women’s basketball team started its 2018-2019 campaign in style, cruising to a 100-69 win in its season opener at Elon on Tuesday.
The No. 3 North Carolina women’s soccer team isn’t used to playing from behind.
The No. 3 North Carolina women’s soccer team (17-2-1, 10-0 ACC) defeated No. 23 Clemson (12-8, 6-4 ACC) in the ACC Tournament semifinal on Friday. The Tar Heels' 1-0 win bolstered a perfect conference record on the season and cemented their spot in Sunday's ACC Championship game.
Before Feb. 26, 2014, I was pretty sure who my favorite Tar Heel of all time was. After Feb. 26, 2014, there was no doubt.
In its ACC Tournament opener, the No. 3 North Carolina women’s soccer team (16-2-1, 10-0 ACC) defeated Virginia Tech (9-7-3, 5-5), 2-0 at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary on Sunday.
The newly-crowned No. 1 North Carolina men’s soccer team tied against Old Dominion in Norfolk, Va. on Tuesday night.
When asked about his knee injury, senior forward Nils Bruening — the one who scored two goals against Virginia Tech, including an 84th-minute game winner — couldn’t help but crack a smile.
The North Carolina men’s golf team, led by junior Austin Hitt and sophomore Ryan Gerard, finished fourth in the Old Town Club Collegiate hosted by Wake Forest through Tuesday.
The difference a week can make is stark.