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Appalachian State fires head coach Jason Capel
Appalachian State has fired head coach Jason Capel. Capel spent four seasons at the helm of the Mountaineers, going 53-70 and not reaching the NCAA...

Audio: David Glenn Chats With Jason Capel, Nov. 8
David Glenn recently caught up with former UNC basketball player and current Appalachian State head coach Jason Capel. Among the topics they discussed on Election...

Two young coaches have UNC in common
Nearing the end of his first day as a college head coach, 28-year-old Wes Miller discovered a text message from an unexpected source. Miller had...

The Morning After: Capel's return makes familiar plays
Everything the Tar Heels ran Saturday night, Appalachian State coach Jason Capel said, “I knew it was coming.” After all, he was coaching in the...

UNC-Appalachian State Quotes
Jason Capel opening statements: "I was a little nervous. I have to say Coach Williams took some of that away; he and I shared a...

Tyler Zeller paces UNC with 31 points
In an attempt to try to prepare his squad for how quickly UNC’s big guys can get ahead of a fast break, Appalachian State coach...

Lucas: A Dream Come True
Jason Capel brought his Appalachian State team into the Smith Center on Friday night for a shootaround, partially to get them accustomed to the surroundings--the...

Familiarity not enough to lift underdog Appalachian State, Capel past UNC
Appalachian State coach Jason Capel runs many of the same concepts he learned as a four-year starter for North Carolina. So when he saw Kendall...

No. 5 North Carolina 97, Appalachian St. 82
Tyler Zeller had 31 points and 10 rebounds to lead No. 5 North Carolina past Appalachian State 97-82 on Saturday night. John Henson added 17...

Three things to know: Appalachian State at No. 5 North Carolina
1. Familiar face in charge: Former UNC standout Jason Capel is in his second season as Appalachian State's head coach. He played at North Carolina...

Jason Capel returns to Chapel Hill
Coach Roy Williams said that Jason Capel will be embraced as a member of the Carolina basketball family when the UNC alumnus returns to Chapel...

Williams: Jason Capel working on 'signature'
During his years playing at North Carolina, Jason Capel played for coaches Bill Guthridge and Matt Doherty. Capel also had the chance to spend a...

Former Tar Heel Capel headed home
Earlier this week, Jason Capel said he was too busy to think about it. He was busy recruiting while his Appalachian State players were busy...

Previewing Appalachian State
With finals week in their rear view mirror, North Carolina takes the floor on Saturday against Appalachian State, which is coached by former Tar Heel...

ACC basketball capsules: weekend outlook
Appalachian State 4-5) at North Carolina (8-2) When: 6 p.m. Where: Chapel Hill, NC, Dean Smith Center (21,750) Fast break: Former Tar Heel Jason Capel brings...

Jason Capel returns to Chapel Hill
Jason Capel's first game as a basketball player at North Carolina was on Nov. 13, 1998, at the Smith Center. He was a freshman in...

David Glenn Chats With Jason Capel, Dec. 15
David Glenn caught up with Appalachian State basketball coach Jason Capel on Glenn’s afternoon radio show. Among the topics they discussed: what Capel makes of...

Tar Heels To Welcome Capel, Mountaineers Saturday
Fifth-ranked North Carolina will play the first of three games in five days when it hosts Appalachian State on Saturday at 6 p.m. in the...

Catching Up With: Jason Capel
When Jason Capel played for North Carolina from 1998-2002, he had an inkling, somewhere in the back of his mind, that he might end up...

UNC basketball to host Appalachian State December 17th
Appalachian State announced its men’s basketball schedule Wednesday. Appalachian State will play at UNC on Dec. 17. Mountaineers coach Jason Capel, a UNC graduate and...

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