Video: Special Football Podcast - Jay Bateman and the Roundtable

Ross Martin and Buck Sanders of Inside Carolina chat with North Carolina’s third-year defensive coordinator, Jay Bateman, to discuss talent, depth, and expectations heading in to spring ball. After that segment, the roundtable crew reacts to the interview and analyzes what to expect during spring practice and beyond. (View Video)

Wayne Ellington red-hot again with 25 points and eight 3-pointers

For about a month after ’s incredible 3-point shooting streak in January, he struggled to find the range again. The red-hot Ellington is back. He scored 25 points and tied his career-high with eight 3-pointers in the Detroit Pistons’ 129-105 victory over the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday. It was Ellington's third NBA game with eight 3-pointers. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Marcus Paige vs. Luke Maye in the EuroCup

On Wednesday, and faced off in the EuroCup in Trento, Italy. Paige’s Partizan squad travelled to play Maye’s Dolomiti Energia Trento team. Paige is in his third season in Belgrade, Serbia. Maye is in his first season overseas. Maye ended the game with 9 points and 6 boards for his winning side. Paige recorded 5 points and 3 assists. (Ceiling Is The Roof)

Video: Jason Brown, NFL player who became a farmer, talks mission to fight hunger

, a former Baltimore Ravens player, left the NFL to become a farmer and details his journey in his new book, “Centered.” He opens up about this decision and his mission to fight hunger. “The original goal was to donate the first fruits of every harvest, but when we saw the need from the community…we decided to give it all away,” Brown says. (Today.com)

Garrett Walston's Mission: Win Games, Improve NFL Draft Stock

The UNC football program is clearly ascending and tight end wants to experience the next step, one he thinks could be historic. "I think the sky's the limit for this team," Walston said. "There's a bunch of young guys that are very talented and I think, next year, this team's gonna take Carolina football to new heights they've never seen." (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Vince Carter To Co-Host UNC vs. Duke Watch Party Saturday

ACC Network will offer an alternate viewing option for Saturday night's Duke at North Carolina matchup with All ACC Watch Party: Duke vs North Carolina beginning at 6 p.m. ET. The show will feature host Jordan Cornette along with former Duke forward Carlos Boozer and former UNC guard sharing stories and reacting to live game action. (ESPN.com)

Roy Williams Live: Uneven Schedules

Do you have a feel for how the NCAA selection committee may handle all the uneven schedules? : "It's going to be interesting. The bottom three or four teams in our league, we didn't get to play nearly as much as the other teams in our league and that's not picking on anybody. There's always going to be inequality with the unbalanced schedule." (Inside Carolina)

UNC's Brian Hess on Philosophy, Injury Prevention, Standouts, Motivations

North Carolina strength and conditioning coach Brian Hess is in the midst of his third offseason molding the UNC football team. It's a herculean task of the organization, motivation, and delegation to get a 120+ football roster ready for spring practice and the coming football season. January, February, and March is when the real work is put in. (Inside Carolina)

Deja Kelly, Alyssa Ustby Named To Women's Basketball All-ACC Academic Team

As the UNC women's basketball team prepares to open play at the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament on Thursday, two Tar Heel freshmen were announced Wednesday as members of the All-ACC Academic Team. and earned the honor, which recognizes academic and athletic success during the 2020-21 season. (GoHeels.com)

Video: Roy Williams Show - 900 Wins, UNC vs. Duke Preview, Week In Review

North Carolina basketball coach joins host Jones Angell of the Tar Heel Sports Network to look back at the past week on the basketball court, talk about Williams' 900th career victory, look ahead to the regular-season finale against Duke on Saturday, and more. (View Video)

Podcast: Courtney Banghart Show - ACCT Preview, Two All-ACC Honors

UNC women's basketball coach looks back on Carolina's two victories to close out the regular season, reflects on the All-ACC accolades for and , previews the ACC Tournament matchup with Wake Forest, discusses the case for UNC to be included in the NCAA Tournament, and more. (Listen To Podcast)

Three of the most important of Roy Williams' 900 Division I head coaching victories

No. 463: March 6, 2005 — No. 2 North Carolina 75, No. 6 Duke 73: Based purely on fan pressure and cultural importance, ’ first win at UNC over Duke might as well have been the most important game of his career. He lost his first three attempts against Mike Krzyzewski’s team, and looked like he might lose another, with UNC down nine. (Daily Tar Heel)

Video: THI Podcast - Discussing UNC's Inconsistent Play

Andrew Jones of Tar Heel Illustrated and director of basketball recruiting/analyst David Sisk sit down for one of their popular discussions about North Carolina’s basketball team. In this edition, they talk about UNC's inconsistent play this season, especially over the last eight games. (View Video)

UNC Men's Golf Finishes Second At Pinehurst

University of North Carolina freshman Peter Fountain shot a final-round 68 to tie for second place, and two other Tar Heels finished in the top eight to lead UNC to a second-place finish Tuesday at Pinehurst No. 2 in the Wake Forest Invitational at No. 2. UNC's Ryan Gerard finished seventh at 1-over 211. Austin Greaser tied for eighth at 2-over 212. (GoHeels.com)

5 Tar Heels Receive NFL Combine Invitations

Five former North Carolina football players have been invited to participate in the NFL Combine, which will be held virtually this year during on-campus pro days due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Receiving invitations are receivers and , running backs Michael Carter and Javonte Williams, and linebacker . (Inside Carolina)
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Today In UNC History
March 4, 1924
Jack Cobb’s 15 points almost single-handedly outscores Alabama in a 26-16 win in the Southern Conference title game. UNC finishes 26-0 and the Helms Foundation later selects Carolina as national champions. Cobb leads all scorers with a single-season school record 353 points.
March 4, 2006
UNC beats No. 1 Duke 83-76 on Senior Night in Durham. The Tar Heels' four freshmen (Bobby Frasor, Marcus Ginyard, Danny Green and Tyler Hansbrough) outscored Duke's four seniors (including first-team All-Americas J.J. Redick and Shelden Williams), 55-51.
March 4, 2007
Duke's Gerald Henderson delivers an elbow to the face of UNC forward Tyler Hansbrough resulting in a bloody broken nose for "Psycho T". Hansbrough left the game but not before scoring 26 points and grabbing 17 rebounds. The No. 8 Tar Heels beat No. 14 Duke, 86-72, to clinch the top seed in the ACC Tournament and complete a season sweep of the Blue Devils.
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