Menu

UNC can’t recover from historically bad first half at Miami


UNC hoped the phrase “historically bad” would have been retired after the Tar Heels’ losing season of two years ago but they made it sadly relevant at Coral Gables, Fla., on Tuesday night. As UNC tried to forget the nightmare losses to Tennessee and Kentucky, the Tar Heels added another forgettable effort in an 85–57 loss against a red-hot Miami team. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Related: , Basketball Recruiting

Video: Lennie Rosenbluth Recounts Undefeated 1957 National Championship Season
As long as UNC basketball is played, Lennie Rosenbluth will be remembered as one of the program’s most endearing legends. Prior to his passing, Rosenbluth...

Brady Manek Joins Charlotte Hornets Summer League Roster
Former UNC forward Brady Manek's professional basketball journey will begin with the Charlotte Hornets. The 6-foot-9, 230-pound forward, who is coming off an electric single...

Rasheed Wallace talks about getting his own street and Philly pride
Four time NBA All-Star, NBA champion and Philadelphia native Rasheed Wallace is getting a street re-named after him to honor his contributions to his community...

2022 postseason run 'lit a fire' for UNC men's basketball's upcoming season
Returning four out of five starters, North Carolina heads into the 2022-2023 college basketball season ranked No. 1 in some preseason rankings. Armando Bacot, Leaky...

UNC can’t recover from historically bad first half at Miami


© 2005-2022 Tar Heel Times | Contact | Privacy Policy | Site Map | RSS | Did UNC Win?

Tar Heel Times is an unofficial resource for UNC fans and is not affiliated with the University of North Carolina.