Powell Latimer Assistant Sports Editor
Danny Green didn't really notice where he was. All he knew was that Bobby Frasor had kicked the ball out to him and that he was open outside the arc just seconds after draining his third 3-pointer.
Senior North Carolina forward Danny Green said he had one question after hearing of Kentucky's 103-111 loss to heavy underdog VMI on Saturday. ""Was anyone playing defense?""
As season openers go No. 1 North Carolina's 86-71 victory against Penn got a little awkward. First of all the man in the middle for the Tar Heels was a forward from the Midwest named Tyler.
An impromptu party broke out in the North Carolina locker room following the Tar Heels' 102-62 exhibition win against UNC-Pembroke on Saturday night — loud music shouts and laughter filling even the next room over. Apparently nobody was happier to see the nation's top-ranked basketball team on the court than the team members themselves.
CARY — Basketball season is starting up and football season is in full swing but the most successful Tar Heel squad for the past three years also took the field this week. The North Carolina baseball team wrapped up the Fall World Series on Wednesday its preseason intrasquad scrimmage. And while the stakes were somewhat lower — the losing team has to buy pizza for the Christmas party — the competition was still heated with the series coming down to a final 10-inning game Wednesday.
North Carolina's preseason No. 1 ranking took a Psycho-T-sized hit Thursday night. Senior forward Tyler Hansbrough a three-time first team All-America is out indefinitely with a stress reaction in his right shin.
""That's enough."" After watching Boston College run into the end zone with the ball he had just fumbled"" UNC quarterback Cameron Sexton decided he was fed up.
More than most teams Boston College comes and goes with its quarterback. The consistency of junior signalcaller Chris Crane — or lack thereof — could very well be the story of Saturday's matchup.
CHARLOTTESVILLE Va. — Just inches away. With Virginia down one point and needing an extra point to complete an astonishing late-game comeback against No. 18 North Carolina Deunta Williams gave a superhuman leap and got one hand on the ball.
Hakeem Nicks barely makes it out of the locker room Tuesday before a camera's in his face and he's being directed for a photo shoot. Nicks takes it all in stride — the light the flashes from the camera; he even manages to ask when and where the shots are running without breaking the photographer's rhythm. It's obvious the junior wideout welcomes the spotlight — which is good because it's going to be focused intensely on him for the rest of the season.