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Video: Roy Williams on UNC's 2014-2015 Basketball Schedule

North Carolina Head Coach Roy Williams gives his thoughts on the 2014-2015 basketball schedule that was released today by the ACC. View Video...

Lucas: Basketball Schedule Rapid Reactions

The stretch from Jan. 31-Feb. 18 might be the toughest five-game stretch in the Roy Williams era. That gauntlet includes four road games-Louisville, Boston College, Pitt and Duke-with a home game against Virginia sandwiched at the beginning. It also features a Saturday-Monday turnaround and three games against the top nine in the preseason poll. (GoHeels.com)

2014-15 UNC Basketball Schedule Notes

The Tar Heels play either Oklahoma or UCLA on Thanksgiving in the Bahamas. Carolina is 3-0 against Oklahoma and 6-3 vs. the Bruins. The most recent game against Oklahoma came in the 2009 NCAA South Regional, a 72-60 win over the Blake Griffin and Jeff Capel-led Sooners in Memphis that sent the Tar Heels to the Final Four in Detroit. (GoHeels.com)

2014-15 UNC Basketball Schedule Released

The UNC men's basketball team will play at least 14 games against schools that participated in last year's NCAA Tournament, including non-conference matchups against Iowa, Kentucky and Ohio State and either UCLA or Oklahoma. The Atlantic Coast Conference released its entire 2014-15 schedule on Wednesday. "We want a great schedule," says head coach Roy Williams. (GoHeels.com)

ACC Announces 2014-15 Basketball Schedule

A strong slate of televised league games highlights the 2014-15 Atlantic Coast Conference basketball schedule released today by Commissioner John Swofford. All 135 regular-season ACC games and each of the 14 ACC Tournament games are slated to be available on an ESPN network, the ACC Network, CBS Sports or the league's regional cable networks. (The ACC)

UNC's Young Defensive Line Getting Props

North Carolina head football coach Larry Fedora praised the group. Linebacker Jeff Schoettmer said they've looked good. But heading into Saturdays season opener against Liberty, only junior guard Landon Turner can speak first hand about the play of the Tar Heels young defensive line. Turner has been battling with the group each day in fall camp and can testify they are well prepared for the 2014 season. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Questions Abound Regarding Alleged Incident at UNC Training Camp

The only reason this incident has piqued anyone's attention is the use of the word "hazing" in a clear effort to sensationalize his report. Absent that, no one would have cared and there is a good chance two days from now that will still be the case. So maybe Pat Forde should go back to writing glowing pieces about Notre Dame because that worked out so well the last time he did that. (Tar Heel Blog)

Video: UNC Football 2014 Is Here

North Carolina's 2014 football season kicks off Saturday in Kenan Stadium against Liberty. The Tar Heel Football video crew says "We'll be ready for Saturday. Will you?" View Video...

Source: UNC Football Training Camp Incident Not Hazing

UNC is investigating an incident reportedly involving multiple players during fall camp. News of the incident broke yesterday. Multiple media outlets are reporting it may have been a hazing incident, while another outlet reports it may have simply been an altercation between players. A source close to WCHL says the incident was definitely not hazing, but rather involved two guys “fighting over a girl.” (Chapelboro.com)

UNC Running Backs: The Dawg Pound

The barking from The Dawg Pound of Carolina's August football camp has been constant—nowhere on this team is there a unit as talented, as deep, as multi-faceted as the group comprised of junior Romar Morris, sophomores T.J. Logan and Khris Francis and freshman Elijah Hood. "We're tough, we're physical, we grind it out and we pound the ball," Morris says. "It's fitting for a dog pound." (GoHeels.com)

Smith Center renovations postponed

After months of discussions surrounding renovations to the Smith Center, UNC fans’ dream for a new-or-improved arena have been put on hold. “Just with the ongoing (NCAA) issues...there’s just a lot of flux right now,” said Steve Kirschner, a spokesman for the athletic department. “We just thought it best to kind of pull back and let some of those things sift and sort out before we do anything major.” (Daily Tar Heel)

Family of hospitalized UNC senior turns to community for help

A University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill senior has been hospitalized for almost three weeks for treatment of severe head injuries after a car accident in Durham. Her family is turning to the community for help with medical costs. Jacquelyn Segovia, 21, was transported to the hospital after the accident occurred around 3:30 a.m. Aug. 5. (Durham Herald-Sun)

Colin Moran excelling since joining Astros' system

Colin Moran has performed well since joining Double-A Corpus Christi. Through 22 games, Moran was hitting .307 with a .357 on-base percentage, two homers and 18 RBIs. He entered Wednesday on a six-game hitting streak, during which he was 9-for-27. The 6-foot-4 Moran was taken with the sixth overall pick out of North Carolina by the Marlins in 2013. (MLB.com)

For Liberty QB coach Joe Dailey, opener at UNC is a homecoming

Joe Dailey admits to still following North Carolina from afar. It’s his alma mater, after all. It’s where he earned his bachelor’s degree in 2007. It’s where he started seven games at quarterback in 2006 and finished his career a year later as a starting wide receiver. The Liberty quarterbacks coach will hide the Carolina blue for a day, though, come Saturday. (Lynchburg News & Advance)

Larry Fedora Radio Show Quotes

You’ve spent the last several weeks with your team. Are you excited to get the season underway? Larry Fedora: “I am, and I think they’re more excited than I am. I really do. This is by far the best camp we’ve had since we’ve been here. Lou [Hernandez] had done a tremendous job with our guys over the summer. They were so well prepared; they were in such great shape.” (Inside Carolina)

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