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Video: Mike Fox Retirement Press Conference

Longtime North Carolina baseball coach speaks with the media on Friday to discuss the announcement of his retirement. Fox is joined by UNC Athletics Directory Bubba Cunningham and new UNC Baseball head coach Scott Forbes, who has been an assistant coach under Fox for 19 seasons. Read More...

UNC Football Preseason Camp Report: Howell, Fox, Vohasek, Gemmel & More

North Carolina is two days into preseason training camp and the Tar Heels are comfortable with the progress they’ve made. Four UNC Football players – , Tomon Fox, , and - were available to the media following Friday’s preseason practice. Here are videos of their interviews plus some notes and quotes: (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Potential UNC Football Opponent James Madison Cancels Fall Football Season

With nationwide developments over the course of the week and the impending postponement of the NCAA FCS Championship, James Madison has suspended its 2020 fall football season. Department focus has shifted, in collaboration with the Colonial Athletic Association and the NCAA, to exploration of a spring competitive football season. (James Madison Athletics)

For Chicago Bulls' Coby White, mentoring and guiding youth is a vital, personal mission

As a rookie for the Chicago Bulls, had a role to play. Pour in buckets in bunches. Listen, learn, and grow. Teammates past and present describe him as exceptionally mature. Coaches laud his work ethic and adaptability. But when the 20-year-old returns home to Goldsboro, N.C. he assumes a different type of position: That of a mentor. (NBC Sports)

Chansky’s Notebook: UNC Football's Back-Ended Schedule

You could call North Carolina’s revised football schedule back-ended and backhanded. Silly me. When the re-juggled football opponents came out for the 2020 season, I thought for sure Notre Dame would open in Chapel Hill — a national TV gem no matter how long the season lasted. Instead, the Fighting Irish are coming to town on Friday, November 27. (Chapelboro.com)

Three Tar Heels Opt Out Of 2020 Football Season

Three UNC football players have opted out of the 2020 season due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Senior safety , sophomore defensive back , and junior cornerback will sit out this season. They will keep their scholarships and all of the benefits that come with it, and will not lose their place on the team. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Letter From Mike Fox To The UNC Community

Retiring UNC Baseball Coach : "Serving as the head baseball coach at my alma mater for the past 22 seasons has been one of the greatest blessings of my professional life. I have been in love with the University of North Carolina since I was a young boy. To see my dream of becoming a Tar Heel student, player, and coach is hard for me to even comprehend." (GoHeels.com)

Mike Fox Retires After 22 Seasons As UNC's Head Baseball Coach

, the winningest active coach in Division I baseball and the first to lead an ACC team to four consecutive College World Series, is retiring after 22 seasons at the helm at the University of North Carolina and 37 years as a collegiate head baseball coach. UNC Director of Athletics Bubba Cunningham named Scott Forbes as the Tar Heels' next head coach. (GoHeels.com)

Carolina Insider Podcast: Football Schedule, Sallie Krawcheck, 2005 UNC vs. Duke Basketball Re-Watch

Jones Angell and Adam Lucas discuss UNC's updated football schedule. They then re-watch a classic UNC-Duke matchup from 2005, with commentary from several former players. Finally, (named seventh most powerful woman in the world by Forbes) discusses dominating the business/financial world, her Tar Heel fandom, and more. Read More...

Three potential surprise players for UNC Football in 2020

I got a front-row seat for North Carolina defensive lineman 's transformation last year. He’s finally healthy and will be a beast on the defensive front. There’s a lot of excitement about Clemson transfer . He has the talent to be one of the best DBs in the ACC. can play three spots on the defensive line. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Defending NCAA Champion UNC Field Hockey Back On The Turf

The defending NCAA field hockey champions returned to the turf Thursday, beginning the preseason with practice at Stadium. The Tar Heels are coming off a second straight 23-0 season. They return six starters, two others who started multiple games last season, and two more who have starting experience but missed 2019 with injuries. (GoHeels.com)

Podcast: Marcus Ginyard Interview

Nick and Tyler of "Stranded Sports" chat with former North Carolina men's basketball player and 2009 national champion to talk about his college playing career, his time in the NBA G-League, and what basketball is like overseas where Marcus has played for roughly a decade. (Apple Podcasts)

M.J. Stewart Released By Tampa Bay Buccaneers

was expected to become an important piece to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers secondary. But the second-round pick from North Carolina in 2018 never found a position to call his own. At 5-feet-11, 201 pounds, Stewart was given opportunities to establish himself outside as a starter at cornerback, inside as slot corner, or in nickel situations. (Tampa Bay Times)

Cunningham: UNC Athletics ‘Could Lose up to $52 Million in Revenue’

UNC Athletics could potentially lose up to $52 million in revenue if fall sports seasons and the men’s basketball season are shortened or canceled, athletic director Bubba Cunningham said. The coronavirus pandemic has caused major shifts throughout the landscape of college sports. The beginning of the pandemic saw the NCAA Tournament canceled. (Chapelboro.com)

The 100 Greatest Tar Heel Football Players, Part 9

Who are the 100 greatest North Carolina football players of all time? Since there is no formula that can simply parse through more than 130 college football seasons and provide an objective list, Inside Carolina assigned the task to Tar Heel Football historian and broadcaster Lee Pace. This is part 9 of a 10-part series and the selections are listed chronologically. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Students, Faculty Hold ‘Die-In’ Protest, Call for Virtual Classes Amid the Pandemic

Dozens of UNC students and staff members laid on the ground outside the South Building on Wednesday in a “die-in” protest and called for the university to operate online during the coronavirus pandemic. “The Orange County Public Health department has said that this will be dangerous,” said Lindsay Ayling. “They’ve advised UNC against it.” (Chapelboro.com)

UNC Football Preseason Camp Notes - Aug. 6

It was all business for North Carolina head coach on Thursday afternoon as he hopped on a Zoom press conference call with the media shortly after the first day of training camp concluded. Brown kept his answers relatively short and focused the discussion on football, building depth, and UNC's 2020 schedule. (Inside Carolina)

Jake Bargas trying to make Minnesota Vikings roster as a fullback

The Vikings are looking for potential in their undrafted free agents, and they think has that – just not at tight end. The Vikings have moved Bargas to fullback, where he can put his blocking skills to use. At UNC, Bargas excelled as a blocker and played special teams. When he did make catches, they sometimes came in spectacular fashion. (Sports Illustrated)
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