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Seven Things We've Learned About Washington Linebacker Cole Holcomb

In high school, Washington 5th-round draft pick started only four games at linebacker after playing the majority of his time at safety and tight end. This gave him very little recruiting interest right out the gate. He received an offer from Air Force and a few smaller schools but decided to take the gamble and walk on for the Tar Heels. (Washington Redskins)

Greg Anthony on Cole Anthony: 'No One Will Work Harder'

Greg Anthony played on one of the most iconic NCAA basketball teams of all time at UNLV. He stayed in the NBA for more than a decade, and has been providing NBA and college basketball analysis and commentary on various networks for nearly 15 years. He knows basketball. Maybe the only thing he knows better is his son, UNC freshman . (Inside Carolina)

North Carolina Football: Ranking the Toughest Games on the Tar Heels' Schedule

is an optimist and the new North Carolina head football coach has to look at the slate as an opportunity to significantly improve on last season's 2-9 record. Yes, drawing Clemson as the random crossover opponent is hardly ideal, but the Coastal Division is not the powerful side of the ACC and there are no other sure losses on the slate. (Athlon Sports)

Ranking the ACC's College Football Coaches for 2019

7. , UNC: Brown’s return to Chapel Hill is one of the ACC’s most intriguing storylines. And the Tar Heels are hoping for Brown to rekindle the magic from his first stint from 1988-97. During that run, the Tar Heels went 69-46-1, posted three seasons of 10 victories, and played in six straight bowl games. His overall record stands at 244-122-1. (Athlon Sports)

Draft Night Arrives for Johnson, Little, White

is projected to be among the first 10 picks at Thursday's NBA Draft. Most mock drafts have him going to the Cleveland Cavaliers at No. 5, the Phoenix Suns at No. 6, or the Chicago Bulls at No. 7. It will be much higher than most people thought it would be at this time last year. , however, recognized White's potential long before then. (GoHeels.com)

Roy Williams Blasts NCAA’s New Agent Rule

has never been one to hide his disdain for sports agents, and that opinion was made clear again this week as the Hall of Fame coach criticized the NCAA for a rule change that grants agents greater access to elite basketball prospects. "Why do you need an agent to tell you what you want to hear so you will do what they want you to do?" (Inside Carolina)

Big Four stars hope to hear their names during the NBA Draft. Here's what the future could hold.

’s meteoric rise will continue on Thursday night as he’s poised to become a top-10 pick after one season as a Tar Heel. Despite limited production in a sixth-man role, ’s tantalizing physical gifts and potential will make him a lottery pick. Few players in the ACC have helped themselves as much as did. (Greensboro News & Record)

Allie Long takes the Women’s World Cup stage at the home of her former club

Call it a double thrill. Not only did finally realize her dream of playing in a Women’s World Cup last Sunday, she also made her debut at the stadium of her former club, Parc des Princes. The Northport, N.Y. native never played there with the Paris St-Germain women’s side at that stadium, so it still was a memorable moment. “It was so great,” she said. (Front Row Soccer)

Friends, family honor life of former UNC medical professor who died in NY swimming race

Friends and family gathered at Beth El Synagogue Tuesday to remember the life of Dr. Charles van der Horst. He died over the weekend while swimming in a race in New York. In the early 1980s, when the HIV/AIDS epidemic was filled with uncertainty and stigma, van der Horst, who was a medical professor at UNC-Chapel Hill, was there from the beginning. (CBS 17)

Podcast: 2019 NBA Draft Preview With Beau Estes

In this episode of the Inside Carolina Podcast, Beau Estes of NBA.com joins host Jon Seiglie to preview Thursday night's 2019 NBA draft. The duo discuss where North Carolina's , , , , and could potentially be selected. (Stitcher.com)

Women’s World Cup: Crystal Dunn turned adversity into success for U.S.

watched the last Women’s World Cup on television. Sometimes through tears. The last player cut from the U.S. team, she was crushed not to be in Canada. But from the depths of that disappointment, Dunn has emerged with renewed commitment, a new position and a husband, not necessarily in order. “I don’t regret anything,” Dunn said. (Los Angeles Times)

UNC Children’s Hospital Implementing Changes Following New York Times Investigation

UNC Health Care will be taking several steps, including pausing some complex pediatric heart surgeries, to “restore confidence in its pediatric heart surgery program.” The health care system announced the initiatives after a New York Times investigation detailed concern regarding the quality of care some children with serious heart issues received. (Chapelboro.com)

Podcast: Roy Williams - I Think Nassir Little Has The Potential To Be An NBA All-Star

North Carolina basketball coach joins the Mac Attack on WFNZ to discuss Tar Heel players , , and going into Thursday night's NBA Draft, plus much more. (WFNZ)

No layups: Coaching defense with North Carolina’s Jay Bateman

It was fitting that Jay Bateman spoke at the Angelo Football Clinic days after the NBA Finals completed. He runs his defense like every snap is the NBA playoffs: No layups. “If it’s 2nd-and-5, I’m not calling defense to get in 3rd-and-2,” he said. “I’m calling defense to get in 3rd-and-7.” Bateman loves to play cat-and-mouse games on the line of scrimmage. (Football Scoop)

'Just the Beginning': Coby White Is Ready to Prove Himself in the NBA

In a few days, will take the next step in his basketball career. The North Carolina product’s journey thus far has earned him status as a potential star in the making; the 6'5", 185-pound White represents a premier prospect who fits the rare mold of tall point guards possessing blistering speed who can score almost at will. (Sports Illustrated)

North Carolina, Duke set to dominate NBA Draft

UNC is expected to have three players taken in the first round of the NBA Draft. That would give 21 first rounders at UNC, and it would be his fourth season with three or more first-round picks. is expected to go to Chicago at No. 7. is slotted to go in the mid first round, and also has a first round chance. (North State Journal)

Former UNC QB Manny Miles joining father Les Miles’ Jayhawks as grad transfer

New Kansas head football coach Les Miles will be seeing quite a lot of his son in the coming months. Manny, the former reserve quarterback and holder at North Carolina is joining the Jayhawks as a graduate transfer. confirmed his plans to the Journal-World recently, after graduating from Chapel Hill in May. (KU Sports)

Video: Cameron Johnson - ACC Basketball's Top Performances

North Carolina's was one of the best 3-point shooters in the ACC, ending the season shooting an ACC best 47.7% on 3-pointers. In a blowout win over Wake Forest , Johnson's proficiency from behind the arc was on full display. He shot 7-10 from 3 and 10-13 overall on his way to scoring a season-high 27 points. Read More...

Miami Marlins to call up Zac Gallen

is set to make his MLB debut, and it will come against the organization that gave him his first chance in pro baseball. The Miami Marlins are expected to call up Gallen, the club’s No. 18 overall prospect according to MLBPipeline, from Triple A New Orleans to start their series finale against the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday at Busch Stadium. (Miami Herald)

UNC Basketball's Top 100 Players: 71-80

71. (2001-05, PF): As a key cog in UNC’s championship machine, Williams transformed himself from a volume scorer into an ultra-efficient secondary option. His best game as a Tar Heel was saved for the biggest stage. In the 2005 Final Four versus Michigan State, Williams scored 20 points on 9-of-13 shooting while adding 8 rebounds. (Inside Carolina)
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