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Video: Locked On Tar Heels - UNC Basketball Roster Preview - Zayden High

Zayden High has an opportunity to make a big sophomore leap in UNC's front court. How will Coach distribute the minutes to the combination of High, Ven-Allen Lubin, , , and James Brown? With High’s motor and extra muscle added, he’s got a chance to make a real impact. (View Video)

UNC Women's Basketball Honored For Academic Performance

The UNC women's basketball team has received special mention as part of the 2023-24 WBCA Academic Top 25 Team Honor Rolls for earning a team grade point average above 3.0 for the academic year. The Women's Basketball Coaches Association Academic Top 25 recognizes NCAA women's basketball teams across the nation with the highest GPAs. (GoHeels.com)

Max & Jake Johnson: At Home in Chapel Hill

Brothers Max and , newcomers to the North Carolina football program, haven’t been in Chapel Hill long, but they can confidently say they’ve found a new home. The SEC transfers from Texas A&M decided to become Tar Heels within a few weeks of each other, toward the end of the 2023 college football season. They haven’t looked back since. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Football Top Breakout Candidates for 2024

Jason Staples spent the offseason reviewing last season's game film and his notes from spring football practice in order to evaluate the 2024 UNC football roster. He's authored detailed scouting reports for every returning player on the team expected to be a significant contributor this season. Here are Staples' top 10 breakout candidates on the team. (Inside Carolina)

Lucas: UNC Basketball Non-Conference Schedule Rapid Reactions

UNC's nonconference basketball schedule is loaded with highlights. The first comes early, as Carolina will visit Kansas on Nov. 8. Credit to for requesting that game—he suggested it to sport administrator , who cold-called the Jayhawks. In a very short amount of time, the two historic programs had a home-and-home series on the books. (GoHeels.com)

Hubert Davis’ fourth non-conference basketball schedule will be challenging

Coach ’ fourth UNC men's basketball team will face a challenging non-conference schedule that includes at least three opponents in Bart Torvik’s preseason Top 25. UNC meets at least four teams — potentially 10 — that made the NCAA tournament field last season. The school officially announced the nonconference schedule Wednesday. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC Basketball Sorting Out Frontcourt Depth In Post-Armando Bacot Era

Summer basketball practices are well underway at UNC, and for the first time in five years, they're happening without . It's hard not to notice the contrast. Bacot, UNC's rebounding king, grabbed 24 percent of the team's rebounds during his 169-game career. And he finished in the top two on the team in scoring three of his five seasons. (Inside Carolina)

Three UNC Women's Soccer Alumnae Begin Quest For Olympic Gold

Three former UNC women's soccer standouts are set to compete for gold at the 2024 Olympic Games, which start this week in Paris, France. represents New Zealand in her fourth Olympic Games. is one of just three three-time Olympians on the U.S. roster. And is set to make her Olympic debut for Team USA. (GoHeels.com)

Video: IC Podcast - Interview With Mack Brown

UNC Football coach joins Greg Barnes and Joey Powell of Inside Carolina to discuss the Tar Heels' priorities for training camp and the big question marks for the 2024 season. Brown also discussed in-depth the evolving NIL landscape and the changes in the works along those lines for UNC athletics. (View Video)

UNC Football places 12 on annual East-West Shrine Bowl 1000

Every year, the East-West Shrine Bowl committee examines the top players eligible for the upcoming East-West Shrine Bowl and NFL Draft class. The East-West Shrine Bowl will be held on January 30, 2025 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, but the committee has released its annual top 1,000 list, one that includes 12 current UNC football standouts. (Keeping It Heel)

Huzzie's Home, Allen Improved, and Depth on Board at Cornerback for UNC Football

The best news regarding the cornerback position that North Carolina can have is that is back where he belongs. Huzzie was Honorable Mention All-ACC last season at the star position, after was lost for the season in August with a torn ACL. But the former FCS All-American is back at corner now, where he is an NFL prospect. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Former UNC Women's Soccer Standout Lucy Bronze Signs With Chelsea

Chelsea has signed England international on a two-year deal following the expiration of her contract with Barcelona. The defending Women's Super League (WSL) champions signed the 32-year-old Tar Heel on a free transfer after the right-back spent two seasons with Barcelona, winning nine trophies, including two Champions League titles. (ESPN.com)

Julius Peppers was a media-shy Carolina Panthers star. It turns out he has a lot to say

, a fearsome pass-rushing defensive end, would be on the Carolina Panthers’ Mount Rushmore. Fourth all-time in NFL sacks, Peppers is preparing for a big weekend. On Aug. 3, he will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Peppers was elected in his first year of eligibility after 17 seasons in the NFL, 10 with the Panthers. (AOL.com)

Rinky Hijikata Poised For Olympic Tennis Debut

Rinky Hijikata has gone from UNC All-America to Grand Slam champion and now Olympian. Hijikata, an All-America in singles at Carolina in 2020-21, is set to be the first Tar Heel tennis player to play in the Olympic Games. A native of Australia, he will make his Olympic debut for his home country during tennis competition from July 27 through August 4. (GoHeels.com)

Ven-Allen Lubin Q&A: First Interview, First Impressions at UNC

When began to hear from the North Carolina basketball coaching staff this spring in the transfer portal, one particular person quickly came to mind for a behind-the-scenes reference point and insider scouting report. , his former Notre Dame teammate. Ryan joined the Tar Heels as a transfer last season. (Inside Carolina)
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