Tar Heel Times
Your comprehensive source for Tar Heel sports news

Ed Cota News Archive

LeBron James reveals he wanted to be a Tar Heel
LeBron James discussed Vince Carter and how he, himself, wanted to be a Tar Heel: “I wanted to go to Carolina at the time. Watching...

Ed Cota tops list of college basketball cult heroes
As a four-year starter, Ed Cota helped lead UNC to three Final Four appearances by dropping dimes to his more touted teammates (Video: UNC Highlights)...

Tar Heel Blog Podcast: Michael Brooker Special
Michael Brooker discusses his current career as the head boys’ basketball coach at Lake Oconee Academy in Georgia and the influence that coaches Dean Smith...

UNC Basketball: The legacy of number five
Some of the best point guards in North Carolina’s rich history have donned the number five; Jeff McInnis, Ed Cota, Ty Lawson, Kendall Marshall, and...

UNC basketball's signature moves
North Carolina basketball fans have seen a number of “go-to” moves of their own by various Tar Heels. Over the years, these dunks, passes, and...

UNC-Boston College Quick Takes
With his 22 points, Justin Jackson passed Raymond Felton (1260), Ed Cota (1261), Bobby Jones (1264), and Vince Carter (1267) to move into 46th place...

Droppin’ Dimes for the Holidays
Hope your holidays are as cool as Ed Cota lounging by the scorer’s table at Cameron Indoor Stadium waiting to check in to once again...

Turner's Take: The Education of Seventh Woods
Seventh Woods is a freshman point guard at the University of North Carolina. In putting on the Tar Heel jersey, he adds his name to...

Video: Vince Carter's Best Missed Dunk Of All Time
Vince Carter dunks have been known to bring down the house, but one that never happened just might be among his best. In his final...

Lucas: All About Ball
For a couple of hours, everything was perfect and the Final Four seemed tangible and maybe J.P. Tokoto really has transformed into Ed Cota. It...

Lucas: The First Time
Marcus Paige found time to hit the game-winner, a length of the court dash that immediately goes right beside Ed Cota's baseline floater in 1997...

Lucas: How 0-3 Happened
Let's just get this out of the way: Vince Carter, Antawn Jamison and Ed Cota are not on this year's Carolina team. Neither are Ademola...

Reader Reaction: What Might've Been
Last week, Kobe Bryant began one of those fun offseason discussions when he said he would have attended Carolina if he'd gone to college. That...

Vince Carter's missed dunk biggest what-if in UNC-Duke history
There's no shortage of memorable moments in the Duke-North Carolina series, but only a few can achieve Mount Rushmore status. Ed Cota and Vince Carter...

Tar Heels developing Marcus Paige to be UNC's next great point guard
As a lifelong fan of North Carolina basketball, Marcus Paige is more than aware of the top-flight point guards who have led the Tar Heels...

Compilation: Dean Smith Retirement Memories
Fifteen years ago today, Dean Smith announced his retirement and shocked the Carolina fan base. He had just piloted the 1996-97 squad from 0-3 in...

Video: 1998 #2 UNC beats #1 Duke
The No. 2-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels knock off the #1 Duke Blue Devils 97-73 in Chapel Hill on Feburary 5, 1998. Tar Heel players...

Video: Ed Cota "Requiem for a Dream" Highlight Mix
UNC basketball highlights for Ed Cota, the #3 all time assist leader in NCAA history, set to the music "Requiem for a Dream."...

Video: 1997-98 UNC Basketball Highlights
Highlight video of the 1997-1998 ACC Champion and Final Four North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team featuring Vince Carter, Ed Cota, Antawn Jamison, Brendan Haywood,...

UNC 88, Maryland 64: The look back
In his final home game, Tyler Zeller played one of his better games of the season. The 30 points were a career-high for a conference...

Next Page >>


© 2005-2017 Tar Heel Times | Contact | Privacy Policy | Site Map | RSS | Did UNC Win?

Tar Heel Times is an unofficial resource for UNC fans and is not affiliated with the University of North Carolina.