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Extra Points: Imperfect Storm
The loss to State and the one two weeks ago to Duke marks the first time since 2003 the Tar Heels have lost to their...

Extra Points: Whistle To Microphone
Mack Brown has learned to navigate the waters of the broadcast booth quite well and on Friday will bring those coach-turned-broadcaster skills to Chapel Hill...

Former App State player, UNC coach Everett Withers bringing Texas State to Boone
Texas State coach Everett Withers is attempting to rebuild a program that’s 2-5 heading into a weekend visit to ASU. Withers is in his 29th...

Toledo-BYU lasts so long TV analyst Mack Brown walks out
BYU and Toledo played one of the most thrilling college football games of the season Friday night. It was so long that TV analyst Mack...

North Carolina Football Team Trivia Across All Divisions
From 1988-1997, when Coach Mack Brown reigned over Carolina football, interest in the Tar Heel football program skyrocketed. Games at Kenan Memorial Stadium were almost...

What we learned about the ACC in Week 1
What did we learn from week one about UNC? Penalties and poise cost the Tar Heels a chance at an historic victory over Georgia. The...

Top College Football Coaches Ever: No. 48 Mack Brown
48. Mack Brown While his career started off slowly, Brown had three 10-win seasons at North Carolina -- after he left, it took 18 years...

Video: Football Flashback - Mick Mixon follows the big boys to the buffet
From the Mack Brown coach's show in 1993, former Tar Heel broadcaster Mick Mixon joins UNC football players Shawn Hocker, Rick Steinbacher, Ethan Albright, and...

Ten years after Texas' title, Mack Brown's championship speech resonates
What Mack Brown remembers for sure is that it wasn’t planned. A coach doesn’t prepare victory speeches before playing an opponent hailed as one of...

Larry Fedora Named Coach Of The Year Finalist
The American Heart Association (AHA) is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2015 Paul “Bear” Bryant Coach of the Year Award. Nominees for the...

Time for UNC to Pay Larry Fedora (and His Staff)
Larry Fedora is one of only four coaches in UNC history to get a Tar Heel team to 11 wins in a season. The last...

Tar Heels offense: From a cloud of dust to the fast break
Imagine the culture shock if you were a Tar Heels fan who had not seen a game since the days of Bill Dooley, Dick Crum,...

No. 21 Tar Heels leading Coastal Division entering November
For once, North Carolina isn't trying to dig out of an early hole in the ACC standings. Instead, the No. 21 Tar Heels are back...

Countdown to Kickoff: UNC vs. Virginia
A week after improving to 2-0 in ACC play for the first time since 1997, the Tar Heels will attempt more reproductions of Mack Brown’s...

Q&A with legendary football coach Mack Brown
In your career, what has been your favorite recruiting story? Mack Brown: "My favorite recruiting story is probably from when I was at the University...

Tar Heels aim to keep momentum from 4-1 start after bye
Heading into Saturday's game against Wake Forest, the Tar Heels (4-1, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) have won four straight after rallying from a huge deficit...

Sorting through the Coastal Division chaos
Why the Tar Heels will win: It’s a year for streak-breaking. UNC knocked off Georgia Tech in Atlanta for the first time since Mack Brown...

Preview & Prediction: UNC at Georgia Tech
Since Mack Brown left near the end of the 1997 season, UNC has won its ACC opener just twice and during that same span has...

UNC Focused on Winning, Not the Streak
On Saturday, North Carolina will play Georgia Tech at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta, a location that’s home to an 18-year-long losing streak for the...

Mack Brown not interested in Texas AD job
Mack Brown on Wednesday told CBS Sports he is not interested in becoming Texas' next athletic director. The longtime Longhorns coach is working as a...

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