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The South Carolina Gamecocks will kick-off the 2013 march to college football glory by taking on the North Carolina Tarheels. Here is our podcast where we break down the game for you, give it a listen:
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Preview of the Week 1 football game between the South Carolina Gamecocks and North Carolina Tar Heels. What's your prediction for who's going to win?
Before you know it college basketball season will be starting and North Carolina’s P.J. Hairston hopes to be on the court. Hairston has been the news for college basketball this season. Right now head coach Roy Williams put Hairston under indefinite suspension for multiple run ins.
A week ago the Athletic Director at UNC said Hairston would play at some point this season. Now...
ESPN interviewed a number of SEC rivals regarding South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney in a video segment entitled simply, "The Freak."
North Carolina guard P.J. Hairston has broken his silence, and he sounds confident that he’ll have a good season.
While talking to Daily Tar Heel, Hairston made it clear that “he will play this season.”
“Yeah, I’ll be on the court,” he said. “I’m not sure how long I’ll have to sit out. I haven’t found out yet, but whatever it is I’m ready for it.”
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) - Eric Ebron has the strength to block up front for North Carolina, the speed to sprint by defenders after the catch and the versatility to be an all-over-the-field threat. It's why coach Larry Fedora is pushing his tight end for a big season in the Tar Heels' no-huddle offense.
Good catch by Aaron Dodson at the Daily Tar Heel who tracked down P.J. Hairston on the outdoor basketball courts near Ram Village.
An embattled P.J. Hairston stood alone on the outdoor courts in front of Ram Village Monday night, palming a basketball and putting up a few shots.
Moments earlier, the junior guard had been sitting inside his apartment when he heard the dribbling of...
Game week has arrived and the Tar Heels have broken camp to begin preparation for the opener versus South Carolina in Columbia.
The post-camp depth chart can be found here.
There really isn't too much here outside a couple of question marks. Only one of the five offensive line positions lists a "OR" for the starter with Jon Heck, Kiaro Holts and Nick Appel in the mix...
As important as the other side of the ball will be to the outcome of the game, the main event of this game is sure to be the UNC offense against Jadeveon Clowney -- er, the South Carolina defense.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – North Carolina will enter Thursday night’s season opener at No. 7 South Carolina with several offensive designs built in to counter Jadeveon Clowney and the Gamecock defense.