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Dennis Smith Jr. Blog: No. 1 PG blogs about recent visits to UNC, Duke and N.C. State

No. 1 OLB Keion Joyner Lists UNC in Top-4

No. 1 Jaylen Brown visits Michigan, California

2016 QB Jawon Pass Won't Wait Long To Make Decison

5-star QB Jawon Pass among 11 earning Opening invites at Nike Atlanta Regional

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Photo gallery from the season-ending loss to Wisconsin: http://t.co/hWl0f8UV7v #uncbball @TarHeel_Photo http://t.co/NdXKLPthFs
Friday, March 27, 2015 1:16 AM

UNC on Scout @UNCOnScout
#UNC ICTV: Brice Johnson Postgame - LOS ANGELES --- Go inside the postgame locker room to watch what Brice ... http://t.co/paow0Ak4Xp
Friday, March 27, 2015 1:02 AM

Brian Barbour @tarheelblog
Two things about the Paige postgame: 1. He handled this loss better than last season's. 2. He talks a lot about next year.
Friday, March 27, 2015 12:22 AM

InsideCarolina @InsideCarolina
Watch Marcus Paige's full postgame interview tonight: http://t.co/RiGn84Z18s http://t.co/XoRL3OHXPX
Friday, March 27, 2015 12:14 AM

Carolina Basketball @UNC_Basketball
Final 2014-15 stats for the Tar Heels: http://t.co/Koo827hrCy #UNCBBall
Friday, March 27, 2015 12:12 AM

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Today In UNC History
March 27, 1971
Bill Chamberlain scores 34 points and has 10 rebounds as UNC beats Georgia Tech, 84-66, to win the NIT. The Tar Heels also beat Julius Erving and Massachusetts in the first round, Providence and Duke (in the semifinal), all in Madison Square Garden.

March 27, 1982
Sam Perkins scores 25 points and grabs 10 rebounds. Michael Jordan drops in 18 as UNC beats Houston, 68-63, in the Final Four semifinal in New Orleans.

March 27, 2005
Sean May earns Syracuse Regional MVP honors with 29 points and 12 rebounds in an 88-82 win over Wisconsin that sends Roy Williams to the Final Four for the first time as UNC's head coach. Rashad McCants hits a go-ahead three-pointer late and blocks a Badger three-point attempt to preserve the win.

"Anybody But Carolina"
Non-UNC-Related Sports News & Notes

Court documents suggest NCAA bias in case against USC, Reggie Bush, Todd McNair

Emmanuel Mudiay recounts year of playing overseas after bypassing college

New Mississippi State coach Ben Howland promises defensive-minded, hard-working team

Villanova Piccolo Player Appears On Fallon, Plays With The Roots

Documentaries Are the Go-To Players of Sports Television

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Kennedy Meeks Update

Maybe North Carolina’s Season Hasn’t Been That Bad

Sweet 16 Preview and Predictions: Wisconsin vs. North Carolina

Ranking the 2015 Sweet 16 starters from No. 80 to No. 1

Kennedy Meeks practices, expects to play vs. Wisconsin

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Carolina Connections
Chapel Hill & UNC Campus News

Upscale nightclub replaces Players on Franklin Street

Carolina for the Kids dances its way to fundraising record

Friend convicted in murder of UNC grad

Chapel Hill recalls its role in space race

Stuart Scott on love, values and a life well lived

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Thought for the Day
We'll hold it briefly, feel its pulsing heart before letting it go to impart that Carolina magic to those students there now, and to all those who will come in the endless future, stay awhile, and leave a part of their soul in a place called Chapel Hill.
--A.C. Snow

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