Posted November 08, 2013 on
Tremaine Edmunds has attended half of North Carolina’s home games thus far and could return to Chapel Hill this Saturday when the Tar Heels host Virginia.
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There was just a very, very cool moment at Kenan Stadium before the start of the North Carolina-Virginia game. The Tar Heels brought a military family to midfield and played a special video on the jumbotron, honoring a father who has been away from his children while serving his country (his name is not made clear in the video). The kids were then surprised by their father on the...
A bit of new information on P.J. Hairston's case from USA Today's Eric Prisbell. Trudy Faulcon, who is the mother of Miykael Faulcon, the Elizabeth City State basketball player who was arrested with P.J. Hairston on June 5th, says she told the NCAA about the number of times she witnessed the North Carolina junior driving rented cars.
Faulcon's account to the NCAA alleges...
The North Carolina Tar Heels, who have had a disappointing season thus far (3-5) in 2013, got more bad news when their star senior quarterback, Bryn Renner, was ruled out for the rest of the year after injuring his shoulder against NC State this past Saturday. UNC will rely on backup signal-caller Marquise Williams to right the ship, as the Heels need to win three of their last four...
I can't remember the last time that I saw a video clip of a member of the military surprising his/her family. Yeah they were pretty common for awhile. I know some folks that got tired of them, but I can honestly say I loved each and everyone. There is just something about seeing the pure joy on the face of a little kid that hasn't seen his daddy in months that gets me misty...
North Carolina won't have leading scorer P.J. Hairston and senior Leslie McDonald for the No. 12 Tar Heels' opener against Oakland on Friday due to NCAA eligibility concerns.
Team spokesman Steve Kirschner said the review is ongoing and didn't elaborate further.
Authorities twice cited Hairston during the offseason while driving a rental vehicle linked to a felon, raising...
There are two sayings that come to mind about this situation.
"The most popular guy on a losing team is the backup quarterback"
"Be careful what you wish for"
During the first eight games of the season, there was a clamoring of sorts for Larry Fedora to hand the offense over to Williams. Some fans went as far as to advocate Williams become the full-time starter...
Part one of our weekly countdown to kickoff series breaks down Virginia's next opponent, the North Carolina Tar Heels.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – As the calendar prepares for one last turn ahead of North Carolina’s season opener against Oakland, it has become apparent that the P.J. Hairston decision is no longer in Roy Williams's hands.
UNC needs to be ready and not make this one a trap game
How much has changed when it comes to Carolina football this season? From pre-season thoughts of winning the division, to what was a hard, if not harsh, first month, that included a loss to East Carolina, to then several games where head coach Larry Fedora’s team came close, just not close enough, to winning. And finally,...
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- The rule remains at UNC that freshmen can't talk to the media until after their first game. So, following Friday's season opener, Nate Britt, Isaiah Hicks and Kennedy Meeks gave their first interviews as Tar Heels ...
Keyston Fuller, a 2015 prospect, is working on the details to visit North Carolina this Saturday when the Tar Heels host Virginia.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – With its depleted roster, Marcus Paige accounted for 92 percent of No. 12 North Carolina’s returning made 3-pointers entering Friday’s season opener against Oakland. The sophomore guard tied his career high with four 3-pointers in scoring 14 points on 5-of-9 shooting.
Inside Carolina's Buck Sanders hosts a collection of former Tar Heels for the weekly 'State of the Heels' football roundtable discussion.