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.
More than 200 athletes and coaches marched from Franklin Street to Rosemary to Morehead Planetarium, where a handful of players gave speeches about racial injustice to conclude a memorable and important day in UNC sports history.
In late March, the NCAA granted an extra year of eligibility to spring sports athletes, citing cancellations brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, with the fate of college sports for the remainder of 2020 looking murkier by the day, the NCAA hopes to remove some level of uncertainty for its fall sports athletes.
Ryan Wilcox asks: Has Anson Dorrance done enough?
The fire inside Erin Matson has drawn comparisons not just to other legendary athletes, but to artists like Beethoven or Picasso. And when it’s all said and done, and the smoke has cleared, it feels entirely possible that it will have put her in the rarest of company: the greatest of all time.
If fall sports seasons are able to proceed as planned, two North Carolina teams will be right back in the title hunt, while a third will seek a return to national prominence.
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.