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University of North Carolina wide receiver Dwight Jones and linebacker Zach Brown were named the Tar Heels' Most Valuable Players at the 2011 senior football banquet Sunday evening.
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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. --- North Carolina wide receiver Dwight Jones and linebacker Zach Brown were named the Tar Heels' Most Valuable Players at the 2011 senior football banquet Sunday evening.
The early season was a difficult time for North Carolina fans last year, mostly due to ineffective point guard play. The fact that Larry Drew was never the right fit for the Tar Heels was apparent to anyone that watched the team for an extended period of time. In due time, coach Roy Williams handed [...]
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North Carolina will make its fourth consecutive bowl appearance on Monday, Dec. 26, when the Tar Heels take on the University of Missouri in the AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl in Shreveport, La.
Four North Carolina student-athletes were inducted into Phi Beta Kappa recently as the prestigious honorary society welcomed 138 new members from UNC. Michelle Ikoma and Elizabeth Lindley from the gymnastics team, Jackie Rudolph from the women's swimming and diving team and Jeeho Kim from the men's fencing team were recognized for their academic excellence.
Two former North Carolina players are among four U.S. players named to the 2011 Pan American Elite Team for women, announced Monday. Rachel Dawson and Jackie Kintzer were among 16 players named to the women's team, which is selected every two years and recognizes the top players in the Pan American region.
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Five different current and former University of North Carolina men's swimmers finaled in their events Saturday night as competition concluded at the U.S. Swimming AT&T Winter National Championships at the Georgia Tech Aquatics Center. Four Tar Heel swimmers posted finishes in the Top 17 of their events led by junior Brett Nagle who copped eighth place in the 1500-meter freestyle.
North Carolina was No. 1; now Kentucky is. Who will emerge with bragging rights as the unbeaten Wildcats take on the fifth-ranked Tar Heels at Rupp Arena? Follow along with the action here.
Before Anthony Davis's surreal swat of John Henson that sealed No. 1 Kentucky's 73-72 victory over No. 5 North Carolina on Saturday morning, there were several candidates to be the signature play of college hoops' best game so far this season.
After Tyler Zeller lost control of the ball in the paint on what would be his team's final possession, Henson found himself...
The Tigers (7-5 overall and 5-4 in Big 12 play) will play in the 36th annual edition of the game, set for Dec. 26th in Shreveport, La., against the North Carolina Tar Heels (7-5 overall) in a game set for ESPN2 on national TV.
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LEXINGTON, N.C. -- Action photos from the Tar Heels' 73-72 loss to the Wildcats.
Harrison Barnes and Tyler Zeller led the Tar Heels with 14 points a piece.
Kendall Marshall believed No. 5 North Carolina was on the cusp of a breakthrough win in the closing seconds. Freshman Anthony Davis turned those ideas away.