Caleb Love is the latest in a recent trend of star point guards coming to North Carolina with the possibility of leaving after just one year. But before that happens, he'll have to direct the Tar Heels as a first-year player, balancing his scoring and playmaking to try and lead UNC back to the NCAA Tournament.
If we learned anything about the Tar Heels on Sunday, it's that they aren't fond of repeating bad memories.
Saturday’s commanding 48-21 win over N.C. State was a different kind of win for UNC, one that, if the trajectory of the program and its forthcoming recruiting classes are any indication, could become more and more common as the second Mack Brown tenure rolls on.
In an earlier-than-usual rivalry matchup, the No. 14 North Carolina football team (4-1, 4-1 ACC) handled No. 23 N.C. State (4-2, 4-2) on Saturday, 48-21. Up 17-7 at the half, the Tar Heels used a dominant run game to put the Wolfpack away, winning the rivalry game in a rout for the second straight year.
After an unusual week, the Tar Heels seemed to be aching to get back to their normal routine against Virginia. It all culminated in a three-goal explosion in the third period that signed, sealed and delivered a win against the Cavaliers.
Mark Newhouse made back-to-back World Series of Poker final tables and won almost $1.5 million in the process, but it took more than that for him to find what he needed.
Roy Williams has been asked a lot of questions, but we (almost) guarantee that he's never been asked these questions before.
Call it early-season rust, or the unpredictable effects of a crowdless, COVID-19-wary Kenan Memorial Stadium, or both, but you’d be hard-pressed to make the case that the first three quarters of the Tar Heels’ 31-6 win were “normal.”
North Carolina is set to kickoff its fall season on Saturday, but many have apprehensions regarding this decision. UNC Director of Sports Medicine Dr. Mario Ciocca fully supports athletes playing in the fall, despite concerns from experts in his field.
As COVID-19 numbers have persisted and amid much hand-wringing about the future of the movie business, Chapel Hill theaters — such as the Chelsea, the upscale Silverspot Cinema and the historic Varsity on Franklin Street — have faced what’s in all likelihood the greatest challenge of their respective existences.
Chris Miltenberg, the new director of North Carolina's track and field and cross country programs. Photo courtesy of UNC athletics.
UNC women's soccer's list of core values includes tenets like toughness, focus and discipline.
The 2018 "Competitive Cauldron" for UNC women's soccer.
The new edition of the 2002 book "The Vision of a Champion," co-written by Gloria Averbuch and UNC women's soccer head coach Anson Dorrance.