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UNC Recruiting News
LSU transfer QB Brandon Harris schedules UNC official visit

Roy Williams Watches Zion Williamson Again Thursday

Top high school basketball recruits to play in NCISAA semifinals in Charlotte area Friday

Armando Bacot is a star, all of a sudden

Video: Is 6’10 Isaiah Todd the Best Freshman in the Country?

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College Basketball Recruiting
Cheshire Academy’s Chol Marial a big-time prospect

Shareef O'Neal, Shaq's son, names his five potential recruiting leaders

2018 four-star Jalen Carey's high-scoring exploits have schools interested

Dennis Rodman Jr. is a star on the rise in Southern California

Mohamed Bamba prepares for final visit in recruitment that’s too close to call

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

Syracuse-Duke: John Gillon's buzzer-beater set off a roar rarely heard in Carrier Dome history

Wake Forest's John Collins is the best player in America nobody is talking about

“Pitino, you s-u-c-k” | A Special Investig8tion

Sports Illustrated will publish seven fewer standalone issues in 2017

Jim Boeheim on Dan Patrick Show: ‘I might be done this year’

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UNC Olympic Sports News
No. 3 UNC Men's Lacrosse Hosts No. 4 Johns Hopkins Saturday

The ice cream-eating, nap-hating, run-on-sentence speaking player who could rule NCAA lacrosse

UNC Women's Lacrosse Visits Terps In No. 1 vs. No. 2 Matchup

Caylee Waters' fire fuels UNC women's lacrosse before Maryland matchup

No. 9 Tar Heels Host Radford In Weekend Series

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Carolina Connections
Chapel Hill & UNC Campus News

New National Security Adviser’s Research at UNC Built His Reputation as Scholar-Warrior

Mipso, string band formed by UNC grads, plays to the beat of a brand-new drummer

UNC alum Jeff Varner 'so thrilled' to return to 'Survivor' for a third time

UNC initiative will combat opioid use disorders and overdose deaths

For 100th time, UNC uses less invasive procedure to replace aortic valve

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Video: Rick Pitino Post-UNC Press Conference

Kevin Knox sets commitment window

Roy Williams apologizes to Rick Pitino after incident with fan

Roy Williams Watches Zion Williamson Again Thursday

Post-practice shooting contests propel Jackson in UNC men's basketball win over Louisville

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Today In UNC History
February 24, 1956
Lennie Rosenbluth has 31 points and 14 boards in a 73-65 win over Duke that clinches UNC’s first-ever ACC regular-season title.

February 24, 1979
Carolina holds the ball in the first half and fails to score as Duke leads, 7-0, at intermission. The Tar Heels wait 12:25 into the game before attempting a shot. Both teams score 40 in the second half and Duke wins, 47-40, in one of the most famous delay games ever played. (Video)

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