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16 assists won't cut it for love

UNC point guard Kendall Marshall may have broken the UNC freshman record for assists in any game and the record for most assists ever by a Tar Heel in an ACC game with 16 against Florida State Sunday. And Marshall may have been named the Co-ACC Rookie of the Week Monday but apparently that's not enough for the ladies in Chapel Hill. (WRAL Sports Fan)

The Duke Bench Is Sad, Possibly Possessed

A screen shot taken of Duke's bench during the Blue Devils' win over NC State last week. (Deadspin)

Walk-Ons Sticky Note John Henson’s SUV

Meet Real Blue Steel, aka the UNC walk-on basketball players. They have their own Twitter account sporting the motto: “We swear we’re on the UNCbasketball team. For real. We live for warmups, blowoutsand free gear.” Not a bad gig in college if you can get it. Anyway, the walk-ons decided to pull a prank on John Henson by putting 2400 sticky notes on his SUV. (Tar Heel Fan)

Chancellor Thorp has a solid poker face

Eagle-eyed Hayes Permar of The Serious Sports Blog caught Holden Thorp mean-mugging behind the ESPN broadcasters. The UNC Chancellor didn't exactly look like he was enjoying the action. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Video: Music City Holiday trailer

Catch the Heels in 'Music City Holiday' on December 30th. (Tar Heel Blue)

2010 Late Night with Roy: Real Men of Talent

2010 Late Night with Roy skit with Dexter Strickland, Leslie McDonald, Justin Watts and Justin Knox. (YouTube)

2010 Late Night with Roy: Roy Williams Press Conference

2010 Late Night with Roy skit with Harrison Barnes, Reggie Bullock and Kendall Marshall and Roy Williams. (YouTube)

'Duke Basketball Rap' beams with pride, egregious use of Auto-Tune

So long as YouTube exists, fans will inadvertently embarrass themselves whilst making their teams more hateable by way of musical tributes. The latest such installment came via a young man named Blake Campbell. (Rivals.com)

Video: Ty Lawson dribbling display

Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson shows off his skills. (Nuggets.com)

Groupon has it all, including NC State tickets

Groupon, which is a deal-of-the-day website, has become popular thanks to offering special pricing on goods and off-beat services. Everything from half price dinners at local restaraunts to 75% off your next laser hair removal can be had, just as long as a certain number of people sign up for the offer. That now includes NC State football tickets. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Sit in the ‘dougout’ to watch ‘Wolpfack’ battle ‘Cincinatti'?

Right after the ‘Wolpfack’ problem was brought to light, more embarrassing items – like ‘dougouts’ – were discovered by enterprising ‘Wolpfackers’ and discussed in this entry. (State Fans Nation)

WOLP!! FACK!!! NC State SID’s Office In Action

After NC State’s Sports Information Department provided us this classic little beauty at the Spring Football game, discerning eyes would like to introduce you to the cover of the NC State’s 2010 Baseball Media Guide. WOLP!! FACK!!! in the house!!!! (State Fans Nation)

New shirt takes a dig at Kentucky's academic woes

When Kentucky became the first college basketball program to surpass the 2,000-win plateau in December, Wildcats fans quickly snapped up thousands of "UK2K" T-shirts commemorating the historic achievement. An innovative Louisville fan playing off that same concept has created a T-shirt that may be just as popular with Kentucky's rivals. (Rivals.com)

Rasheed Wallace Blooper: Scores Goal For Wrong Team (VIDEO)

The Rasheed Wallace era is not exactly going well in Boston. Last night's gaffe surely didn't help. Trailing the Bulls by just three points with under ten minutes remaining Tuesday night in Chicago, the Celtics were in great position to narrow the deficit. (Huffington Post)

The Ivan Brothers Invade 2010 NCAA March Madness

Roy Williams makes a cameo appearance in the 2010 March Madness Capital One Venture Card commercial featuring the fictitious Ivan Brothers of West Eastern State. (YouTube)

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