How Jerry Stackhouse designed Vanderbilt basketball buzzer-beater vs. Tennessee

When Tyrin Lawrence's wide-open 3-pointer found the bottom of the net, buzzer blaring, Lawrence was confident he'd gotten the shot off. Not so much for coach . "I wasn't asking the scorekeeper. He was like, we don't know, was trying to get a heads up and then (referee) Tony Greene came over there and said it was good," Stackhouse said. (Nashville Tennessean)


Bill Walton's ESPN '30 for 30' doc bursts with joy and color — like the aging hippie himself
One of the remarkable things about “The Luckiest Guy in the World” is how Bill Walton's infectious enthusiasm for basketball and the joys of life...

ACC basketball faces identity crisis as college athletics continue to shift and change
The retirements of Roy Williams, Mike Krzyzewski and Jim Boeheim have come, too — and perhaps came in part because of — a time of...

Carmelo Anthony was an NBA great, but his legacy will be defined by freshman year at Syracuse
The reason that Carmelo Anthony is a borderline lock to be a first ballot Naismith Memorial Hall of Famer isn't his NBA achievements. It's what...

Big 12 open to further expansion if 'opportunity presents itself'
The Big 12 Conference is happy with its current membership but remains open to expansion, commissioner Brett Yormark said Friday, leaving the possibility of further...

How Jerry Stackhouse designed Vanderbilt basketball buzzer-beater vs. Tennessee

© 2005-2023 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.