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Realignment looming? Big 12 ADs to discuss expansion
If schools such as Florida State, Clemson, Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech could be persuaded to join the Big 12 while having each other as...

NCAA Finds "Improper Conduct" Within Own Enforcement Program
The NCAA has found what it calls "a very severe case of improper conduct" committed by former members of its own enforcement program during the...

Maryland attorney general moves to dismiss ACC lawsuit
Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler has moved to dismiss the ACC’s lawsuit against the University of Maryland, saying “a North Carolina court has no...

Complaint: UNC pressured dean to underreport sexual assault cases
In 2011, the University Counsel’s office pressured Melinda Manning, then UNC’s assistant dean of students, to underreport cases of sexual assault, according to a complaint...

ACC places 3rd among most valuable conferences
Even after signing a new $3.6 billion TV deal with ESPN the ACC was hounded with realignment rumors. And though Maryland eventually announced its departure...

Will future conference expansion make ACC vulnerable?
In the dollars-top-everything world of college football only a few conferences qualify as fully safe havens and it’s starting to look like the ACC might...

Tony Waldrop was Ahead of the Curve
Though UNC-Chapel Hill’s athletic department released a new strategic plan for redefining the interaction between collegiate sports and academics Wednesday, several Carolina athletes have been...

ACC reportedly tossing around idea of starting its own network
The Big Ten has one, the Pac-12 has one and the SEC is working on getting one of its own. Could the ACC become the...

Findings of Martin Report divide faculty
Administrators are moving forward after the release of results from a campus-wide academic review — but some aren’t satisfied with the Martin Report. Faculty members...

Big Bang Theories: The Countdown To Super-Conferences (Part 4)
If locked into a duel with the Big Ten for UNC and Duke, would the SEC be willing to take NC State to make the...

Admissions adopts formula to predict academic success of athletes
Before UNC’s athletic recruits of 2013 sign with their teams, they must first be signed off on by the admissions office — and now there’s...

Tar Heels Announce Strategic Plan
"We educate and inspire through athletics" - that is the mission statement for the University of North Carolina's department of athletics that is a result...

Jim Martin in Attack Mode
Since delivering his Academic Anomalies Review to the UNC Board of Trustees on Dec. 20, former N.C. Governor Jim Martin has been proactive in addressing...

Four Tar Heels In N.C. Hall Of Fame Class
UNC tailback Kelvin Bryant and basketball coach Bill Guthridge are among four Tar Heels in the 11-person Class of 2013 that will be enshrined in...

Forbes.com piece about Martin Report pulled after Twitter firestorm
The piece fairly obviously relied solely on reports by the News and Observer and substituted using big words (Look at me, I'm a lawyer, I...

Jim Martin to the N&O: We found what we could at UNC
"Your Dec. 21 editorial lamented that our review did not go deeper. Specifically, you complained that we did not interview Nyang’oro or Crowder. Neither did...

Tar Heel Year in Review
October 27th - The long nightmare against NC State ends. UNC rallies from down 35-25 to tie the game late in the fourth quarter. After...

Top 10 ACC stories of 2012
After two seasons away from its usual home, the NCAA women’s soccer championship trophy returned to Chapel Hill on Dec. 2 when coach Anson Dorrance’s...

Video: William Friday interviews Andy Griffith in 2005
William Friday talks with Andy Griffith in a 2005 interview. Friday and Griffith, North Carolina icons, both passed away in 2012...

Big Bang Theories: The Countdown To Super-Conferences (Part 3)
The ACC’s outlook is shaky. The Big Ten, Big XII and SEC are all rumored to have interest in multiple ACC members. Example:...

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