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Inside Carolina's Buck Sanders hosts a collection of former Tar Heels for the weekly 'State of the Heels' football roundtable discussion.
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North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams had a tumor removed from a kidney Wednesday morning.
Steve Kirschner, UNC associate athletic director for communications, confirmed Wednesday morning that the Hall of Fame coach underwent a roboticpartial nephrectomy at UNC Hospitals this morning to remove a tumor from his right kidney.
Dr. Wallen says Williams, 62, should be able to...
As I usually do when I have the time I surf the net to see what is going on with either North Carolina basketball and/or football. Well, today, as I skimmed over one of my daily stop, WRAL Sports, I found a story that totally shocked me. With the title of the story being…
UNC’s Roy Williams in surgery for tumor
From the story it said that the head man for the Heels basketball...
For those that follow North Carolina football one of the biggest concern this season is when will tail back Giovani Bernard be back on the field? I even wrote a piece about it called “Where in the world is Gio Bernard” a few days back, detailing my thoughts about what was going on with the red shirt sophomore, and more importantly why the cloak and dagger attitude about it. Well...
The records for Butch Davis's personal cell phone, long the great white whale of the North Carolina sports media were released on Friday, after a judge issued an order to that effect back in August. The results, as you might expect, are entirely uninteresting.
To be honest, I've long forgotten what people expected to find in them. Panicked calls to various participants on...
After losing three straight head to head meetings to the Tar Heels, the Pirates will be playing to change that this Saturday at Kenan Stadium.
Some of our fan base do over react after a loss, but sometimes they go way too far
There is one rule that I try to stand by while being a fan and a blogger, and that is: do not go to web boards right after a loss by either the North Carolina football or basketball team. Mainly because there are not enough ledges in Chapel Hill for all the fans that are ready to jump off of them,...
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Inside Carolina takes an in-depth look at East Carolina, as the Tar Heels welcome the Pirates to Kenan Stadium on Saturday for the third time in the past four seasons. (3:30pm/ESPNU).