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After a 2018 campaign in which his team finished 11-2, former Appalachian State head football coach Scott Satterfield departed for greener pastures, electing to take the Louisville job and try to lead the Cardinals back to prominence.
The North Carolina football team's 24-18 loss to Wake Forest on Friday was nothing if a recalibration of expectations. After a thrilling home win over Miami, the Tar Heels were 2-0 for the first time since 2014. Fans streaming out of Kenan Memorial Stadium — who perhaps had a few too many White Claws, thanks to a new stadium alcohol policy — started that most predictable of chants:
With the ACC's release of the 2019-20 men's basketball schedule on Thursday, the Tar Heels now have a complete picture of their slate for the coming season.
I had a real problem making this playlist — what, exactly, is a Beatles deep cut?
Six-time All-American and Georgetown graduate Samantha Nadel will join the North Carolina track and field and cross country staff as an assistant coach for distance events, the program announced Saturday. With her hire, the staff of Chris Miltenberg, UNC's new director of track and field and cross country, is officially complete.
It's the most wonderful time of the year: overreaction season.
The North Carolina women's soccer team (4-0) poured on the goals late against Portland (1-1-1) on Sunday, winning 4-0 in its second game of the Husky Invitational to finish undefeated in the tournament.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – If you’re a reporter covering the North Carolina football team, and you’re not in the front row of the media swarm surrounding Sam Howell, you’ve got a problem.
In 2018, the North Carolina football team allowed an average of 34.6 points per game. Unless you're in the Big 12 or have Patrick Mahomes on your team, that's not a number with which you can win football games, and is one of the biggest reasons why the Tar Heels finished with a 2-9 record last season.
When he hired Mack Brown in 1997 to lead his football program, DeLoss Dodds already knew what he was getting.
Just in time for the football season, the all-new ACC Network will launch Thursday at 7 p.m. EST and will be "the new, 24/7 national platform dedicated to ACC sports," according to GoHeels.
Redshirt junior K.J. Smith, a guard for the North Carolina men's basketball team, has been put on scholarship for the 2019-20 season, the team announced Tuesday via Twitter.
The North Carolina women's soccer team was a game away from a 22nd NCAA championship in 2018. Then, heartbreak.
Let's not beat around the bush: the month of August is likely the slowest of the entire school year for UNC athletics. Only four sports – women's soccer, men's soccer, field hockey and volleyball – will be in action for the next two weeks or so (excluding UNC football's season opener against South Carolina, featuring Mack Brown's return to the sideline for the Tar Heels, on Aug. 31).
This story has been updated with more information about UNC football season ticket sales in prior seasons.
The Daily Tar Heel sat down with new North Carolina head football coach Mack Brown for an exclusive interview touching on changes in Chapel Hill and college football, what it takes to win a national championship and bringing the fun back to Tar Heel football. Answers have been edited for brevity and clarity:
In 2019-20, the North Carolina women's basketball team will host seven games, including the ACC-Big Ten Challenge, and face four in-state opponents as part of its non-conference schedule, the athletic department announced Thursday.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Mack Brown knows what you think of him.
When Dean Smith left his post at North Carolina in 1997, he retired as perhaps the greatest coach in college basketball history. With 11 Final Fours, a pair of national championships and 879 wins, then an NCAA Division I record, Smith etched his name on the Mount Rushmore of college basketball minds.
North Carolina women’s tennis player Alexa Graham will represent the U.S. in the 2019 Pan American Games, the USTA announced today. Graham, a rising senior, is the lone collegiate women’s player named to the team, and will be joined by Usue Arconada, Caroline Dolehide, Kevin King, Michael Redlicki and Sam Riffice.