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Wow. Very cool. Color me impressed. And after taking a gander at these uniforms the Tar Heels will wear at the 2011 Quicken Loans Carrier Classic on Nov. 11, that color would be blue. The accompanying press release, via TarHeelBlue.com: CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina men’s basketball team will wear specially-designed camouflaged, light blue [...]
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The top high school basketball prospect in South Carolina, Edisto (SC) forward Brice Johnson, had a recruitment that left many pondering just where he would end up. While North Carolina and Florida were said to be in pole position, some thought that NC State or Clemson would end up gaining Johnson’s favor. The 6′-9″, 195 pound frontcourt player ended his recruitment today,...
Before you know it the start of the college basketball will be upon us. The first game I am looking forward to this season is the game between North Carolina and Michigan State. I am looking forward to this game mainly because it will be played on an aircraft carrier on Veterans Day. Today the university of North Carolina released the jerseys that the Tar Heels will...
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. A simple graph chart tells the story of Harrison Barnes' impressive freshman season at North Carolina.
The line marking Barnes development begins at the bottom left side of the chart and slowly moves up and to the right until about midway through the season. It then skyrockets straight up and off the chart. Its a trend Barnes plans to continue this season...
I will give CBS Sports credit where it is due. They have the best college basketball coverage on the internet. You may not always agree with their writers all the time but you can’t knock the sheer volume of content leading up to the season.Before jumping into the lists, Jeff Goodman checked in on the Tar Heel practice. You can read his report here. Good stuff all the way around...
Once again, North Carolina enters a season staring down expectations for nothing short of greatness. The Tar Heels have five starters back from a team that won the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season championship and fell a game short of the Final Four. That includes three players who passed on the chance to enter the NBA draft early, including sophomore star Harrison Barnes.