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UNC Recruiting News
OL Jordan Tucker Commits to North Carolina

WR Beau Corrales Commits to UNC

UNC visit surprises four-star running back Anthony Davis

Sage Surratt has a big decision to make

Kevin Knox Selected for McDonald's All-American Game

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College Basketball Recruiting
Trevon Duval impresses at 2017 Hoophall Classic

Matt Coleman, ranked No. 26 in ESPN 100, picks Texas

Emmanuel Akot proves 5-star status

Trevon Duval, No. 1 PG, breaks down recruitment

UCLA Commit Cody Riley Breaks Backboard, Fixes It Himself

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

Multiple Oregon Ducks football players hospitalized after grueling workouts

Bronco Mendenhall's first season at Virginia was 'year of discovery'

The strategy behind Nevada's improbable comeback versus New Mexico

Notre Dame's Matt Farrell Pulls Off Masterful Theft To Seal Deal vs. Virginia Tech

Colin Kaepernick wins prestigious award voted on by 49ers teammates

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UNC Olympic Sports News
Mets avoid any Matt Harvey contract drama

9th-grader Nicole Adam commits to UNC Golf

Jessie Aney/Haley Carter Win Doubles Crown In Las Vegas

Crystal Dunn ready for English soccer

Pitt Holds Off Carolina Women's Basketball

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Carolina Connections
Chapel Hill & UNC Campus News

First Black Female FBI Agent was UNC-Chapel Hill Alumna

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Visit to UNC in 1960: ‘In the presence of greatness’

UNC researchers use light to launch drugs from red blood cells

UNC awarded $19 million to study atherosclerosis risk in communities

Video: Dr. Oliver Smithies, in memoriam

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Video: UNC Post-FSU Locker Room Celebration

ESPN analyst has NBA comparison for Joel Berry II

Luke Maye Muscles Up

Video: Roy Williams Watches Matthew Hurt

Roy Williams' once-in-a-career all-guard lineup works for UNC in win vs. FSU

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Tar Heel Birthdays

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Today In UNC History
January 17, 1970
Charles Scott scores 43 points in a 91-90 loss to Wake Forest. Later that year, the ACC’s leading scorer and co-Male Athlete of the Year scores 41 points in an ACC Tournament loss to Virginia. Scott averages 27.1 points, the third highest mark by a Tar Heel.

January 17, 1979
Dudley Bradley steals the ball from Clyde Austin and dunks home the game-winner with seconds to play in a 70-69 win over NC State in a game that stuns the Reynolds Coliseum crowd. Carolina led 40-19, but the Pack came back to take the lead before Bradley’s heroics.

January 17, 2004
No. 9 Carolina beats No. 1 Connecticut, 86-83, as Rashad McCants scores 27, including UNC’s final 10 points. His three-pointer with six seconds to play beats the Huskies, who later that year win the NCAA title.

January 17, 2009
Wayne Ellington catches fire and makes seven 3-pointers within a 10 minute span during the second half of UNC's 82-65 win over Miami in Chapel Hill (Video).

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