With the Pac-12 and the Big Ten conferences postponing their seasons, UNC football is preparing for any outcome.
This week, although the only fans you’ll see in the stands will be made out of cardboard, Major League Baseball will make its long-awaited return. With the season being reduced from 162 to 60 games, teams that might not otherwise have a chance could make a run at success in the shortened campaign. Here's where a few former Tar Heels stand entering Opening Day.
With 124 days and counting since the last live sporting event from the NCAA or any of the United States' five major professional leagues, sports fans across the country have had an empty space in their daily routines.
“We kind of had the ‘last supper’ at Cheesecake Factory, where I allowed them to have soft drinks and dessert, which is something I don’t normally do,” Papa said. “I wanted them to have a great meal because in the back of my mind, I knew that we would be going home.”
Throughout this 60-year story, UNC's success has ignited passion in its fan base, as thousands of Tar Heel faithful gather in the Dean Dome for every home game to watch the Tar Heels follow Smith’s orders to “play hard, play smart and play together.”
With low-post stars Garrison Brooks and Armando Bacot returning, UNC added two McDonald's All-Americans to a stacked frontcourt rotation.
This time last year, even the most optimistic Tar Heel football fans could not have predicted the success that some players would have in 2019. Here's a look at some players that could potentially break out and help the Tar Heels contend in the ACC this fall.
Anson Dorrance, UNC women’s soccer coach, said some players are using the hiatus to recover from lingering injuries, while others are getting settled after concluding a busy schedule representing their national teams.
In the NCAA Tournament, a national championship is never guaranteed — even is the team is a No. 1 seed and stacked with NBA talent. Here are two times UNC fans were left thinking 'What if?' after falling out early in the NCAA Tournament.
After an up-and-down year for the North Carolina women's basketball team, head coach Courtney Banghart will look to build on the solid foundation of her first season with a strong incoming recruiting class and plenty of returning talent for 2020-21.