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Video: Hubert Davis Post-Virginia Tech Press Conference

North Carolina head men's basketball coach speaks with the media on Sunday evening following the Tar Heels' 80-72 loss to the Virginia Tech Hokies in the 2022-23 ACC opener in Blacksburg. (View Video)

Box Score: Virginia Tech 80, North Carolina 72

View the complete box score from the No. 18 North Carolina Tar Heels' 80-72 ACC-opening loss to the Virginia Tech Hokies on Sunday afternoon in Blacksburg. (View Box Score)

Video: UNC Men's Basketball Fights Back, Falls at Virginia Tech, 80-72

Without star center , who was out due to a shoulder injury, North Carolina trailed by as many at 16 points at Virginia Tech on Sunday before trimming the lead to 5 late. However it wasn't enough as the Tar Heels fell 80-72 despite 18 points each from , R.J. Davis, and . Check out the highlights. (View Video)

Tar Heels finally find right combination without Bacot, but rally falls short at Virginia Tech

Without and reserve , substituted more in the first half than he has done in most games trying to find the right lineup combinations. By the time a combination started to click in the final 10 minutes, it was too late as Virginia Tech held on for a 80–72 victory Sunday at Cassell Coliseum in Blacksburg, Va. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Lucas: Rapid Reactions - UNC vs. Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech completely dominated the game in the paint, outscoring the Tar Heels 42-30 in that category, on the way to a 80-72 Hokie victory. North Carolina missed the presence of both offensively and defensively. Not much mystery about the storylines of that game. UNC largely snoozed through the first three-fourths of the game. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Men's Basketball Falls At Virginia Tech, 80-72, In Fourth Straight Loss

UNC’s slide got steeper Sunday. The free-falling No. 18 Tar Heels were beaten 80-72 by Virginia Tech at Cassell Coliseum, becoming as another early season stumble from UNC. The Tar Heels, the unbeaten No. 1 team in college basketball 10 days ago, suffered their fourth straight loss, after cutting Virginia Tech’s 18-point lead to three in the final three minutes. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Football faces tough challenge against No. 15 Oregon in Holiday Bowl

After three consecutive losses, North Carolina’s 37th bowl game in program history will be the first played in California. The Tar Heels, 9–4 after Saturday night’s 39–10 loss in Charlotte to Clemson in the ACC championship game, will face No. 15 Oregon (9–3) in the Holiday Bowl. The game is at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 28, (Fox) at San Diego’s Petco Park. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Tar Heel Guard D'Marco Dunn Out With Broken Hand

UNC sophomore guard will be out for several weeks with a broken bone in his left hand, the school announced Sunday. Dunn injured his hand in practice on Saturday. The 6-foot-5, 190-pound Tucson, Ariz. native has played in all eight games for UNC this season. He is averaging 2.8 points and 0.4 rebounds across 10.1 minutes per game. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Men’s Basketball at Virginia Tech: How to Watch, Streaming Options, Tipoff Time

Those hoping to listen to UNC vs. Virginia Tech basketball on the radio with on the call can do so on one of the Tar Heel Sports Network radio affiliates or by streaming the radio broadcast on Chapelboro.com. Television coverage of the game begins at 3 p.m. on ACC Network. A live video stream will be available on ESPN’s digital platforms. (Chapelboro.com)

UNC Linebacker RaRa Dillworth To Enter Transfer Portal

North Carolina sophomore linebacker will enter the transfer portal, he announced on Sunday afternoon. The 6-foot-1.25, 200-pound Winston-Salem, N.C. native will have two seasons of eligibility remaining. A former 247Sports Composite four-star prospect, Dillworth has served as a backup linebacker for the Tar Heels this season. (Inside Carolina)

Video: Clemson Roughs Up, Runs Out Tar Heels In ACC Championship Game

Jason Staples, Buck Sanders, and host Tommy Ashley of Inside Carolina's Day After podcast break down the North Carolina Tar Heels' 39-10 loss to the Clemson Tigers in the ACC Championship game in Charlotte on Saturday night. (View Video)

What's Gone Wrong With UNC Football?

A season that held such promise less than a month ago continued a downward spiral for North Carolina on Saturday. For a third straight game, UNC's offense sputtered, quarterback struggled, and the defense surrendered too many big plays as Clemson routed the Tar Heels in the ACC Championship game. So what has happened to UNC? (Fayetteville Observer)

Tar Heels Visit 7-1 Virginia Tech For ACC Men's Basketball Opener

Virginia Tech has played eight games and sustained one loss thus far in the 2022-23 basketball season. The Hokies lost to College of Charleston, 77-75, in the championship game of the Charleston Classic, one week after UNC beat College of Charleston 102-86. Virginia Tech has been off since defeating Minnesota on Monday in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge. (Inside Carolina)

North Carolina At Virginia Tech: 5 Things To Watch

North Carolina wobbles into Cassell Coliseum on Sunday to open ACC men's basketball play, as the No. 18 Tar Heels take on Virginia Tech at 3:00 p.m. on the ACC Network. The Tar Heels have lost three straight games and are looking to snap the skid; it’s the ACC opener and a key road game against a team expected to play in the NCAA Tournament. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

UNC Men's Basketball Looks To End Skid At Virginia Tech Sunday - Pregame Notes

The 70th season of ACC play begins for the Tar Heels when they travel to Virginia Tech for a 3 p.m. tip on Sunday. UNC has lost three games in a row since an 89-81 win over Portland on Nov. 24 in the opening round of the Phil Knight Invitational. Carolina is 72-16 all-time vs. the Hokies, including 19-6 since Virginia Tech began playing in the ACC in 2004-05. (GoHeels.com)
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Today In UNC History
December 4, 1956
Lennie Rosenbluth sets UNC single-game scoring record with 47 points in season-opening win over Furman. Rosenbluth also grabbed 17 rebounds.
December 4, 1965
UNC beats William and Mary, 82-68, in the first game played at Carmichael Auditorium named for William Donald Carmichael, Jr., a popular former school vice-president and brother of All-America basketball player Cartwright Carmichael.
December 4, 1994
On December 4, 1994, UNC's Charlotte Smith became the second collegiate women's basketball player ever to dunk in a basketball game.
December 4, 2000
Brendan Haywood posts a triple-double in a 67-45 win over Miami.
December 4, 2013
Freshman Kennedy Meeks leads five Tar Heels in double-figure scoring with 15 points as Carolina wins at #1 ranked Michigan State, 79-65, The win is UNC’s 13th against teams ranked #1 in the AP poll, an NCAA record, and the fifth time the Tar Heels beat #1 on their home court.
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