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Tobacco Road Podcast: Episode 2 - Sean May
Tyler Hansbrough and Gerald Henderson return to discuss Duke's first loss of the season and relive the week after "the incident" occurred. Then, former North...

Sean May Working His Way Up UNC's Coaching Ranks
Sean May returned to UNC following the 2015 season and started working around the basketball office. In October of that year, Roy Williams hired his...

Theo Pinson, UNC's do-everything senior, wouldn't trade these 4 years for the world
"I remember before I ever came to college, my dad said, 'No matter what, enjoy college, it's the best four years of your life,'" Theo...

Starters from Roy Williams' Three NCAA Title Teams Talk About Their Experiences
Adam Lucas: Head to head, in the prime of these teams, who wins? Sean May: There are so many similarities. Joel Berry and Ty Lawson...

Nate Laszewski Recruitment Rundown
Arizona coach Sean Miller recruited former big man Kaleb Tarczewski from the same travel program as Nate Laszewski’s. Indiana offers Laszewski the chance to play...

Video: UNC Alums Tee Off at the Greensboro pro-am
Check out former UNC basketball stars Sean May, Antawn Jamison, and Wes Miller tee off at the Wyndham Golf Tournament on Wednesday. May is currently...

Ex-Tar Heels star Sean May: Limited help in Wyndham Championship pro-am
The UNC basketball-themed team in the Wyndham Championship pro-am finished with a score of 6-under par 64 on Wednesday afternoon at Sedgefield Country Club. Former...

Wes Miller, Sean May, Antawn Jamison, Jim Kelly in Greensboro pro-am
The Louis DeJoy & Aldona Z. Wos Family Foundation Pro-Am will include UNC-Greensboro men's basketball coach Wes Miller and Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback...

UNC Pitcher J.B. Bukauskas Dealing
Against N.C. State on Friday, J.B. Bukauskas may not have had his best stuff early, but he still kept a no-hitter intact through 5 1/3...

Podcast: Sean May Special
On this week’s show, former North Carolina basketball player, 2005 Final Four MVP, and current director of player personnel, Sean May joins me to talk...

Ranking College Basketball's National Champions since 1985
8. 2005 North Carolina: Sean May was a monster for North Carolina in 2004-05, averaging a double-double to pace arguably the best Tar Heel roster...

NCAA Championship Postgame Notes
UNC won its sixth NCAA Tournament championship, third-most in college basketball history (UCLA 11, Kentucky 8). Joel Berry II was named the Most Outstanding Player...

Video: UNC Players Pre-NCAA Championship Interviews
Several UNC basketball players and 2005 Final Four MVP Sean May spoke with the media on Sunday leading up to Monday night's NCAA Championship game...

Kennedy Meeks makes Tar Heel mentor Sean May proud
Sean May is a UNC legend, the 2005 Final Four MVP. At 6-foot-9, over 260 pounds, it wasn’t often that May met his match in...

Kennedy Meeks’ star looks a lot like Sean May in 2005
Kennedy Meeks’ career has been similar to Sean May’s rise at UNC. And those comparisons are getting easier to make. Both worked to get in...

Lucas: One To Remember
One of the most fun things about attending a Carolina Basketball game in the Smith Center is picking out the former Tar Heels in the...

Carolina Insider Podcast: Sean May
The latest episode of the Carolina Insider podcast is a can't-miss edition, as hosts Jones Angell and Adam Lucas discuss some of their favorite UNC...

Video: UNC Basketball Locker Room Complex Tour with Sean May
Walk with Sean May as he gives you a complete tour of all the amenities of North Carolina's newly-renovated locker room complex...

Jenkins’ shot leaves UNC’s Berry with heartbreak, motivation
As if the frustration from the heartbreaking loss to Villanova wasn’t bad enough for North Carolina point guard Joel Berry II, it got even worse...

Video: UNC Basketball Tuesday Practice Clips
A few video clips from Tuesday's UNC basketball practice, courtesy of Sean May via his Instagram account: "Another Great Day At The Office...Best part...We Get...

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