Moving is the enemy of defense. Basketball is about making the other team uncomfortable. Those were among the basketball philosophies of the late North Carolina coach Dean Smith.
Even those too young to see him coach know of his impact
Moton, now the head basketball coach at North Carolina Central, still considers himself to be a part of the family Smith created in Chapel Hill.
When Smith died Feb. 7, the seal was broken on an untold number of stories that had been bottled up by his humility.
Tar Heels fumble nine-point lead to lose top-25 matchup
The Tar Heels have to look in the mirror plus figure out who's manning the middle.
Despite a promising start after nabbing the doubles point, the seventh-ranked North Carolina men’s tennis team fell to No. 2 Oklahoma 4-1 in the ITA Indoor Championship quarterfinals on Saturday at Midtown Athletic Club. The Tar Heels fall to 9-2 with the loss, while the Sooners improve their mark to 8-0.
Sixth-ranked North Carolina continued its early-season offensive assault as four players recorded hat tricks in the Tar Heels’ 20-8 win over Massachusetts Saturday at Fetzer Field. Coach Joe Breschi’s men’s lacrosse team improved to 3-0 on the season while UMass has lost its first two games.
Adrian Chacon and Landon Lassiter had three hits apiece and Benton Moss collected his 20th career win as No. 6 North Carolina secured a series victory with a 10-4 baseball win over Seton Hall Saturday at Boshamer Stadium Saturday.
Sheldon Jeter scored a career-high 22 points and hot-shooting Pittsburgh dominated No. 12 North Carolina 89-76 on Saturday.
Nebraska's Charlton Warren is expected to join UNC's defensive coaching staff to work under Gene Chizik.
Legendary 'Voice of the Tar Heels' to receive Curt Gowdy Media Award at Naismith Hall of Fame Enshrinement
A lineup change in last week's win against Boston College gave the Tar Heels the jolt they needed ahead of today's matchup with Pittsburgh.
Memorial service for Dean Smith to be held Feb. 22, doors open at 1 p.m., first come, first serve seating.
According to documents made available in response to The Herald-Sun’s public records request, UNC athletic director Bubba Cunningham and Tar Heel football coach Larry Fedora personally split the $27,170.44 cost of repairing the Duke locker room that was damaged with blue spray paint as the Tar Heels celebrated a 45-20 win Nov. 20.