"Since I stepped on campus in August, it’s been an absolute pleasure," Chris Gray said. "The guys on the team are great, and we’re all so close, and I think that’s what makes it so hard right now; going home and not playing right now and just being away from the team because everyone’s just so close like that."
After his first few games in a UNC jersey, it seemed like Cole Anthony would be a leader capable of shouldering the burden of carrying North Carolina throughout the season and possibly during the NCAA Tournament. Until it didn't.
Despite a poor showing from North Carolina in its weekend series against Notre Dame to start ACC play, first baseman Aaron Sabato hit three home runs in three games to burst out of a slow start to the 2020 campaign.
“I’ve said this several times before, and I’m gonna keep on saying it: Garrison’s a beast," Cole Anthony said. "Straight like that, he works super hard, he’s really just coming into himself. He’s a beast.”
A deflating loss to the Blue Devils right before the ACC Tournament means that UNC will have to have a quick memory before playing as the No. 14 seed.
For the Tar Heels to pick up a win in Tuesday night's rematch against the Demon Deacons, they'll need to rely on Christian Keeling's recent strong form to prevent the early deficit that plagued them in last month's meeting with Wake Forest.
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Attacking the post and taking advantage of ACC Preseason Player of the Year Jordan Nwora's recent slump should be huge factors in North Carolina's matchup with Louisville on Saturday.
For the third time in four games, the North Carolina men's basketball team went down to the wire and couldn't come away with a win. Here are the big takeaways from Monday's dramatic finish in Notre Dame, Indiana.
When he was in high school, North Carolina first baseman Aaron Sabato didn't make his Area Code team, an East Coast Pro team and was only invited to a couple of Perfect Game showcases. As he prepares for his sophomore season with the Tar Heels, Sabato is using all of the concerns raised about his game as motivation for him to build on a collegiate career that already features a Co-National Freshman of the Year award and first-team Freshman All-America honors.